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She began watching American television and listening to American pop music, including the Backstreet Boys and Madonna.How One Young Woman Escaped Childhood Abuse and a Forced Marriage|Moral Courage|October 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
First the Backstreet Boys and New Kids, then the united megagroup, and now Nick & Knight.'Nick & Knight': Nick Carter and Jordan Knight Are Your New Boy Band Power Couple|Kevin Fallon|September 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Backstreet Boys hosted a 20th anniversary cruise (seriously).
The Backstreet Boys were the boy band of choice for people who liked their boy bands a little weirder.
I have a confession to make: I co-founded and operated a Backstreet Boys fan site for more than three years.
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Also, back alley. A less prominent or inferior location; also, a scene of clandestine or illegal dealings. For example, The highway department is very slow to clear snow from the back streets, or Before they were made legal, abortions were often performed in back alleys. Although back street literally means “one away from the main or business area of a town or city,” this term, from the early 1600s, became associated with underhanded dealings, and back alley, from the mid-1800s, is always used in this sense.