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Come Back Peter         
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Come Back Peter is a 1969 British sex comedy film written, produced, edited and directed by Donovan Winter. It was released in the UK under the title Some Like It Sexy.
Lover, Come Back to Me         
ORIGINAL SHOW TUNE COMPOSED BY SIGMUND ROMBERG, LYRICS BY OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN II; FROM THE 1927 OPERETTA "THE NEW MOON"
Lover Come Back to Me; Lover Come Back To Me; Lover, Come Back to Me!
"Lover, Come Back to Me" is a popular song composed by Sigmund Romberg with lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II for the Broadway show The New Moon, where the song was introduced by Evelyn Herbert and Robert Halliday (as Robert Misson). The song was published in 1928.
Back-to-back house         
  • A typical yard of 14 back-to-back houses. Note the shared "privies" (outdoor toilets) and "wash houses"
  • Back-to-back houses in Bellshaw Street, Bradford, showing a covered entrance to the courtyard
  • With no rear yard, across-street washing lines are employed with a [[pulley]] operated from street level.
  • Back-to-back housing courtyard, 1883
  • The exterior of the Birmingham back-to-backs, with shops and courtyard entrance
  • The courtyard
  • Plans for houses in Nottingham, 1844
FORM OF TERRACED HOUSE
Back to backs; Back-to-back housing; Back-to-back houses; Back to back house; Back-to-backs
Back-to-backs are a form of terraced houses in the United Kingdom, built from the late 18th century through to the early 20th century in various guises. Many thousands of these dwellings were built during the Industrial Revolution for the rapidly increasing population of expanding factory towns.
Examples of use of Come Back Peter
1. No wonder I don‘t want to come back. – Peter Smith, Montreal, Canada This country is getting more like Stalinist Russia everyday, in every way. – Peter H, Sittingbourne, UK Add your comment Name: Your email address will not be publishedEmail: Town and country: Terms and conditionsYour comment: make text area biggerYou have characters left.