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    Cool At or on the back?

    Hello!

    What is the difference between "at" and "on" the back of a page, book...?

    Can we say: at the back of the page, for example?


    Thank you
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    Re: At or on the back?

    The index is at the back of the book.

    The acknowledgements are on the back page.

    Rover

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