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Back Cover

The outside of the last page of a magazine. Back covers very often have advertisements on them. As a result of its visibility, a back cover usually commands a higher price from an advertiser.
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With her strong white hands lying inverted in the lap of her mourning dress she faced a man who presented to me a robust back covered with black broadcloth, and well in keeping with the deep voice.
But the highlight of the Moto Z isn't the phone itself, but rather, the modular back covers called Moto Mods.
A number of Nexus 6 back covers are slowly separating from the main unit due to the expanding battery that naturally pushes away the rear protection.
The action begins on the front and back covers with the dog about to place a cherry on top of a birthday cake, a female dog about to have a snack up on the roof of their house and a family under a tree in the foreground on the front and the birthday party starting on the back.
The colour Palm Pixi Touchstone Back Covers and the Palm Pixi Artist Series Back Covers, which are compatible with the Touchstone Charging Dock, enable users to easily switch covers.
The overwhelming majority of subscribers has received a magazine in which the photo on the front cover, the information in the editor's note, and the advertisements on the back covers have been customized to individual readers.
A chronology of women's history from the Ice Age until the 1900s lines the inside of the front and back covers. An extensive index, photo and text credits are provided This history of women ("girls") includes many excerpts from diaries and eyewitness accounts, which gives immediacy to a variety of events, from the stock market crash to the ill-fated Donner party expedition.
The connection stuck: Planas's Absolut Planas appeared on back covers of magazines in 1999, and his Absolut City billboard, dedicated to Los Angeles AIDS charity Project Angel Food, stayed up longer than almost any other in Hollywood history.
Our first two examples appeared on the front and back covers of The Business of Caring, published by CIGNA Corp.
'4 international architects x 4 innovative works = 16 visionary buildings.' This equation is boldly displayed on the back covers of the first four volumes in Thames & Hudson's new '4 x 4' series.
The similarities were highlighted in the elegant catalogue: Inside the front and back covers are pages juxtaposing and revealing the eerie transhistorical likenesses between Rolling Stone Mick Jagger and nineteenth-century singer and actor Jean-Francois-Philibert Berthelier, among others.