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Back of Book

The section of a magazine that comes after most of the content. Advertisers argue that ads in the back of the book have the lowest response rate because so few people read magazines all the way to the end. Nevertheless, back of the book ads usually cost the same as ads elsewhere in the magazine.
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Charts and games are included in the back of the book.
I found her planning models and flow charts at the back of the book useful.
I recently received my July issue of BOWHUNTING and was intrigued by the story near the back of the book, .
At the back of the book are answers to the puzzles presented throughout.
The back of the book also includes a glossary of medical terms, a list of resources and a list of commonly prescribed cardiovascular medications.
The manual mentions the disappearing mail under the Troubleshooting section in the back of the book when users ask why their mail didn't reach its destination--if they ever discover it at all.
And as an added bonus, kids can use a recipe in the back of the book to make their own edible animal scat in various, um, lifelike shapes.
The story made no reference to the firm's Piriton and Piriteze products but adverts for them were included at the back of the book, printed on distinctlycoloured paper.
A microwave chapter is included for college students, and readers will enjoy creative sections in the back of the book, including party ideas and pampering recipes.
Regarding stress, Durand deals with it in the Catholic sense by making a thorough examination of conscience (there is an outline at the back of the book for this), going to confession and leaving as much stress as possible in the confessional.
One of the most startling quotes on the back of the book is from historian Arthur Schlesinger Jr.
There are sixteen small reproductions in the back of the book to help us see from what many of the illustrations are "borrowed.