back flap

back flap, back fold, back shutter

The leaf in a window shutter that folds behind the exposed leaf of the shutter; that part of a window shutter that folds into a recess in the window casing.
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After reading the book and being so impressed, he paid attention to the back flap of the book.
To make the pattern for the back flap, put the liner on the hat stand and position it so you're facing the back of the liner.
When I sold my first middle-grade novel in 2005, it wasn't that common to put an author photo on the back flap, but 24-year-old Korean-American me insisted.
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The one theme that goes all the way through is that it's like an open box, with the front flap and the back flap. It's a very thorough building.
Overall this book draws on a distinct variety of sources--books, public speeches, magazines, blogs, documentaries, corporate training films, and more--to articulate the range of competing values interlaced throughout office life within popular culture (back flap).
Although this technique is interesting, Dorr fails to follow through on his promise that "the reader is along for the ride on a harrowing mission" (back flap).
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Open the back flap of the 1993 Sam Walton autobiography "Made In America" and you'll find a photo of Walton and John Huey, the journalist and author who worked on the book with him.
Instead of citing an Assistant Professor of Creative Writing at the University of Southern North Dakota at Hoople, as Tom Lehrer might describe the self-published titles usual reviewer, The Dream Dealer's back flap is given over to excerpts from reviews by children who have read it.