backscratch

backscratch

(ˈbækˌskrætʃ)
n
a favour done for someone in return for another
vb (tr)
to do a favour for someone in return for another
ˈbackˌscratching n
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uk 2 Nercwys Music Festival, tomorrow, Tye coch, Nercwys, 5pm This second Nercwys festival includes Black Sparks, from Ireland, Glanaethwy Choir, and local bands Backscratch and Looking For Harry.
Backscratch Fever When Tom DeLay scratches your back, he usually expects a full-body, deep-tissue massage in return.
White reviewers like Julius Novak and Clive Barnes stuck in their Christian esthetic of one god, one good, one voice, one thing happening, one talk at a time get so dizzy in the atmosphere of Chinaman strategy they gotta cancel out every white writer they know to make sense of my simple Chinaman backscratch.
They include Backscratch alongside Bethesda Hill Country Blusters.
We like a bit of music and last Saturday the Backscratch band, one of our favourite local acts, were playing.