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Don’t look back, but there’s a man following us.
He asked us to move back a few yards.
She leant back in her chair.
I’m going to sit back and read the paper for a while.
Get back – he’s got a gun!
Everybody stand back while I light the fire.
Peel this label back to see if you have won a prize.
The band started playing as the curtain slowly went back.
Her hair was tied back in a ponytail.
I’m never going back home.
Put those CDs back where you found them.
We’re hoping things will be back to normal again soon.
I couldn’t get back to sleep.
Can we go back to what we were talking about earlier?
Jane phoned, and I said you’d phone her back later.
‘Have you any idea where we are?’ ‘No’, Dan shouted back.
He punched me, so I punched him back.
Geoff was staring back at me in disbelief.
Back in the ’70s, disco music was very popular.
She had a minor operation a few years back.
Things were different back then.
Think back: don’t you remember anything?
Don’t forget to set the clocks back an hour tonight.
Back at the hospital, the baby had just been born.
I have no idea what’s going on back home.
Back in Spain, we used to spend summer in the mountains.
You should have got off three stops back.
Go back a couple of pages.