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The father and son/daughter are standing back to back.
Yes, but only if the cougar's in front, not behind nor on its back.
If a horsesears are back, it can mean a horse is dissatisfied with the situation they are placed in. Or they could simply be listening to a sound behind them.
The chickens Head sits at the top of the neck. If you mean is the brain at the back of the chickens head then the answer is yes, at the back of the head just behind the eyes.
it is bird who goes back to the same site every year on March 19
Yes if you look for deffinition in a dictionary, it say so.behind /bɪˈhaɪnd/prepin or to a position further back than; at the rear of; at the back ofin the past in relation to: I've got the exams behind me nowlate according to; not keeping up with: running behind scheduleconcerning the circumstances surrounding: the reasons behind his departureadvin or to a position further back; followingremaining after someone's departure: he left it behindin debt; in arrears: to fall behind with paymentsadj(postpositive) in a position further back; retarded: the man behind prodded meninformal the buttocksa score of one point made by kicking the ball over the behind linebetween a goalpost and one of the smaller outer posts (behind posts)
Hmm then we have a problem you see if your boyfriend/girlfriend dating someone behind your back and saying there not well thats called cheating so I think you should break it off before he/she does.
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Position 1 is considered "right back" (If you're standing at the net looking at the endline, the left third of the court behind the ten foot line).
Yes, he usually lines up behind the tight end diagonally. He is a cross between a wide receiver and running back.
back bitting You might mean talking behind someone's back, and ways to describe that are gossiping, criticizing, "talking someone down," or "dissing" someone... could be betrayal or subversion as well. If you mean actually just standing behind someone and talking, then perhaps grumbling or murmuring or ... being passive-agressive. Often, the term "two-faced" is used to describe a person who talks poorly about someone behind their back, while acting like their best friend while in their presence.
No...thats the spliff there caning!
its behind the coil packs on the back of block
GB stands for games behind, as in games behind the first place team.
Because my back is aching and I think it is your turn to go on top for a while.
Posterior refers to the back, or behind something. It is used to reference a position of a body part. For example, the hamstring muscles are on the posterior thigh.
The running back lines up behind the offensive line.They can line up beside the quarterback (when the QB is in the "shotgun" position i.e the longer snap, further behind the center) or sometimes they line up behind the quarterback. It depends on the play.