She thought of the back streets she had looked out on from her bedroom window.
Two motors took the party, by back streets, to the landing-stage.
There was not much to keep it for; and what there was could go round by back streets, just as well as not.
But in the back streets multitudes huddled in ignorance and want.
It was not so easy to move away from the bad air of the back streets.
Up to this time they had been heard of only in the back streets of London.
A crooked, sandy lane leads into it from one of the back streets.
I had had enough of it, and made my way home by the back streets.
We returned to Oxford, and made our way by back streets to our college.
They walked silently to their homes, through the back streets of the city.