Now and then he volunteered a little, a very little, information about his own sotnia of Cossacks, left apparently to look after themselves somewhere at the back of beyond
But Kim did not suspect that Mahbub Ali, known as one of the best horse-dealers in the Punjab, a wealthy and enterprising trader, whose caravans penetrated far and far into the Back of Beyond
, was registered in one of the locked books of the Indian Survey Department as C25 IB.
BY ANITA MCSORLEY POSTMEN around Ireland often have tough jobs trying to deliver letters to people living in the back of beyond
With To the Back of Beyond
, Swiss author Peter Stamm has written a short but quiet book that neither explicitly asks nor attempts to universally answer these questions.
The problem is that no-one wants one of these places anywhere near them (nimbyism) and I know places out in the back of beyond
that get harassment off the nimbys to the point of calling it a day.
ridiculous having to go to either Pelaw or the back of beyond
- Brockley Whins - to catch a Metro to Sunderland.
Travelling way into the back of beyond
he would often bump into an old eccentric wanderer and then make camp with him.
Unfortunately his son, tired of living in the back of beyond
, sets out to join the firm, now being run by his brutal uncles.
ADVICE Q I live in the back of beyond
, and accepted when I moved here 10 years ago, that broadband speed was really slow.
Sheila Hawkins is best known for her 'Back of Beyond
' trilogy, (The Back of Beyond
, Beyond Our Dreams, and Beyond Compare) in which the author conveys her love of Cyprus, her family's experience with traditional village life and the unspoiled nature surrounding the village she so loved.
50pm, tonight) sees police sergeant Nicholas Angel shipped out to the back of beyond
Okay, so it could get a tad hairy in some of its wilder places, but it's hardly the back of beyond