It used to be one of each, but now, he goes three or four times every time he goes into the back yard.
Its handle, she notes, was made from a mesquite tree in her back yard.
But insults are a very different proposition when they are coming from a foreigner standing in your back yard.
He heard Binks barking in the back yard and he went down to him.
He was out in the back yard now, fixing—but there, that was to be a surprise.
His wife had made a nice place for it in the back yard as a domicile.
We were in the middle of a potato patch, in somebody's back yard.
"Men all about the back yard," whispered Jones down the hall.
"Now if we were in the back yard we could all sing," rejoined Josie.
Maybe once in a while our dog Peanut would get over in their back yard and scratch up their pansies.