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back porch

[′bak ¦pȯrch]
(electronics)
The period of time in a television circuit immediately following a synchronizing pulse during which the signal is held at the instantaneous amplitude corresponding to a black area in the received picture.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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A skunk fell in the well last night, and the only water we have is what's in that bucket." I opened the door to the back porch, and there was no mistaking a skunk had been there.
Yesterday at 1 o'clock, two young deer came to the back porch looking for a handout.
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I opened the door, and then-I cannot actually remember it--I think my feet must have slipped on the ice on the back porch, so that my legs went up and I went down, hitting my head on the threshold, and throwing the boiling water onto my shoes.
JOHN MAYER Born And Raised ??e 12million-selling, Grammyfreighted star assures listeners, "I'm a good man, with a good heart," in a pleasant back porch style on this, his fifth album.
Summertime, sings Sarah Vaughan, and our peonies Hang swollen from the back porch. I've been quiet Since our daughter confessed: I like to shoot Iraqis In this one video game.
But recently, I went on the back porch and saw a pack of cigarettes.
Police showed up and found Schenecker sitting on her back porch drenched in blood.
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Guests were welcomed to the reception, held at the Jamesons' home, through a decorated walkway that descended the back porch and led onto the yard under a canopy of thousands of twinkling lights.