A mile and a half back Bratton had wounded a grizzly that turned and chased him.
But you'll have to give me half back, so I can take the 'bus to-morrow morning.
They had a half back and a quarter back; I suppose when they got through with that feller he wuz a hump back.
These section camps were approximately from a mile to a mile and a half back of the trenches.
When I had drawn it half back, a tall, athletic looking man with a huge cloak wrapped about him almost rushed in.
The modern fighting man is as individualised as a half back or a centre forward in a football team.
A mile and half hither, and a mile and half back again to your home—three miles in the dark for me.
I halved the loaf with my dagger, and handed the half back to the boy, who came close to the edge of the dais again for it.
He took a knife from his pocket, cut it in two, and gave one half back to Ann Canham.
It extended a mile and a half back from the river, and consisted of houses standing in large gardens and inclosures.