back slope

back slope

[′bak ‚slōp]
(geology)
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I slowly and cautiously passed over the cliff section that had forced me back on top of the ridge, and then I worked my way down the back slope and out of the goat's sight completely
It has been strange, but even as I slowly slide down the back slope of life, I try to be optimistic.
His tee shot on the 10th bounded through the green with such pace that it stayed toward the back slope of the rear bunker.
We are now on the steep back slope of our integration and can look forward to delivering more benefits from the merger in the remainder of the year.
It only needs water once or twice a week and it seeds itself all over my back slope.
The back slope of Eagle Rock tilts sharply as I scramble to caverns that I remember being filled with weird drawings of extraterrestrials and spaceships.
Occasionally, he will pop into a tent he has pitched on an 8ft by 4ft plywood platform on the back slope of his roof.
Suitable drainage layer is then installed with sand columns placed at the back slope and compacted in layers with geogrid reinforcement.
There is a small entrance for the chickens on the left side and a roof vent on the back slope.
Up the back slope he roared and off the 6-foot drop, landing just a few feet from the edge of the dining patio.
At the Sibutad project, heavy rains have caused intermittent mining and ore stacking operations as well as a slump on the back slope of the extension heap leach pad.