When I got to my feet, he was lying there behind me.
He could see nothing of what might lie behind the house or to its sides.
Such, at least, is the likely theory of what lies behind the story.
Her was lying behind the table and had one of his eyes shut.
Recently, too, the 19th century - perhaps because it now lies far enough behind us - has come under special attention.
Finally, when the desert lies behind them we learn the truth.
We must also, though, ask ourselves questions about what lies behind this trade.
Instead, I should like to address another question that lies behind it.
He could not turn away from comfort, whatever might lie behind it.
I see what lies behind the polite eyes of those who watch.
As Mick was opening the third inmate's cell to investigate she was jumped from behind by the two lying in wait.
I don't know what lies ahead or behind.
After being greeted by a bodhisattva statue in the entrance, the main building lies behind, styled as a classical Chinese palace.
A barn lies behind, and shippens below.
One of Magritte's most common artistic devices was the use of objects to hide what lies behind.
Never mind what lies behind.
Her anger had given birth to stubbornness-she was voing to find out what might lie behind.
Those bridle reins made a perfect screen for whatever might lie behind.
After all, it is exciting ideas that lie behind at the birth of social change.
They but dimly represent the great surging feelings and desires which lie behind.