|NOUN || a back gate | back gates |
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- Externally, the Vito E-Cell does not show external changes with the other versions, aside from the decorative elements: the body has not been modified, and both the double side door and the helpful back 'gate' remain as before.
- A back gate to the church was only recently uncovered under much overgrowth.
- Root Communications of Daytona Beach bought WWXM in a deal announced in June 1997 and moved it from Waccamaw Pottery to studios shared by WWSK and WGTR near the back gate of the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base.
- Outside Kenrokuen is the Ishikawa-mon, the back gate to Kanazawa Castle. The original castle was largely destroyed by fire in 1888 but has been partially restored.
- It is bordered by Banbury Road to the east, Woodstock Road to the west, St Margaret's Road to the north (the front entrance) and Canterbury Road to the south (the back gate).
- The university is 10 km from the city centre. The main campus is spread over 960 acres. Its back gate is 6 km from 'Chowk Kamharanwala'.
- Unlike the sock and the back gate, the defense provided no physical or eyewitness evidence to support their claim that the prosecution could then refute.
- Upon arrival at the Huntsville Unit, the condemned is led through a back gate, submits to a cavity search, then is placed in a holding cell adjacent to the execution chamber.
- Only about 200 m north of the "porta decumana" (back gate), the "limes" runs by in a west-easterly direction. Part of the border defense (ditch, bank and palisade) has been reconstructed here.
- He then brings his car round near the back gate, bundles up the body, and drags it in broad daylight but in a quiet neighbourhood to the car, where he stuffs it in the boot.
- Fishing - Oak Mountain Fishing Center is located at the north end of the park at the "Back Gate."
- It can be thought of as a second gate, and is sometimes referred to as the "back gate", and accordingly the body effect is sometimes called the "back-gate effect".
- Bothwell's men attempted to batter down the back gate but were repulsed by gunshots before midnight on 27 June.
- could be used as a "back gate" electrode to vary the charge density in the graphene over a wide range.
- There is Gwanggyo Lake Park behind the back gate of Kyonggi University. Nearby there has also "Cinema" theater in Lotte Outlets. There are many cafes and restaurants.
- Camp followers further up the hill by the camp's back gate had observed the success of the Romans at the river and came down in the hope of plunder, but noticed the Nervii in the camp and also ran.
- Immediately before the first bridge on the high wall to the right can be seen the remains of the original back gate to Piershill Barracks, now walled up but still with the legend "BACK GATE" visible on the wall; there is also a bricked up doorway to the left of the back gate.
- Tom Haswell at HP eventually solved many problems by using purer raw materials (especially aluminum for interconnects) and by adding a bias voltage to make the gate threshold large enough; this "back-gate bias" remained a "de facto" standard solution to (mainly) sodium contaminants in the gates until the development of ion implantation (see below).
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