rear, backside, back end(noun)
the side of an object that is opposite its front
"his room was toward the rear of the hotel"
The rear, back, or invisible portion (of something).
that part of a hardware or software system that is farthest from the user.
Origin: back + end
The numerical value of back end in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of back end in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
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I suspect there is some potential for that contango to steepen. Particularly as companies are curbing their spendingthat looks to me like a very cheap back end of the curve.
The good times that the refineries are having at the moment are borrowing from 2015, toward the back end of next year, margins will be a lot weaker, and we'll see a lot more pressure for closures.
I think that really speaks to the wider Hollywood pay gap. It is a lot more difficult for women to get the kind of roles that they would earn massive profits on the back end of in comparison to male actors.
You don't have to be a security expert -- a fifth-grader can tell you if you are checking at the top end, at the front end of Miami International Airport, you've got to be checking the back end of Miami International Airport.
We can provide back-end, centralized support while still allowing [coffee shops] to maintain their unique character and atmosphere, on the front-end consumer facing side, the biggest thing is to blur the lines between a chain and an independent business. The ultimate goal, it seems, is to become a strong enough network that premium independent coffee shops can’t afford to exist outside of it. Says Rotem.
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