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  backdoor - OneLook Dictionary Search
backdoor : English slang and colloquialisms used in the United Kingdom [home, info]
) Acting from behind and in concealment; as, backdoor intrigues.
Phrases that include backdoor: backdoor listing, backdoor selling, backdoor cold front, backdoor entrance, backdoor progression, more...
www.onelook.com /?w=backdoor   (181 words)

  
 @U2 Blog - U2 News, live reports, commentary and more!
Waiting at the backdoor entrance to the American Airlines Arena in Miami was not your typical "waiting for the band for autographs" kind of experience today.
Next we saw a member of U2's staff come out with a camcorder, taking her position at the entrance of the driveway to the backdoor entrance.
Next thing we hear is that "The Edge is coming" from someone in line waiting with us, and within no time, the entire band drives by us with Edge standing in the car outside of the passenger window greeting everyone - sort of like a beauty queen would in a parade or something.
atu2.blogspot.com /2005/11/what-are-your-thoughts-on-edge.html   (1039 words)

  
 Lindsay's Front Door Entrance - TMZ.com
The red headed hottie (sporting her designer wrist brace) usually likes a back door entrance, but last night she had no problem pulling right up to the front, making a quick dash past our camera.
Also out to soak the night up was actor-rapper Chris Bridges (aka Ludacris), Lil' John, Jack Osbourne, rocker Slash, former Los Angeles Laker Rick Foxx and, making a rare appearance, "Surreal Life" star Jose Canseco.
i do find it interesting that lindsey lohan took the front entrance into some place.
www.tmz.com /2006/09/22/lindsays-front-door-entrance   (943 words)

  
 The World at War
Newfoundland’s U-boat war ended of May 11, 1945 with the surrender of U-190 to the Royal Canadian Navy at a point 500 miles east of Cape Race.
The U-190 which had sunk HMCS Esquimalt at the entrance to Halifax Harbour a month earlier was towed into Bull’s Bay on May 14th.
Newfoundland’s rocky shore and foggy weather was often as deadly as the U-boats.
www.worldatwar.net /article/newfoundland   (9392 words)

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