BOTL

(redirected from Back of the Line)
AcronymDefinition
BOTLBest of the Left (political podcast)
BOTLBook of the Law
BOTLBattle of the Labyrinth (book by Rick Riordan)
BOTLBrother of the Leaf (cigar message boards)
BOTLBe on the Lookout
BOTLBand of the Land
BOTLBack of the Line
BOTLBottom of the Line (quality assessment)
BOTLBrothers on the Loose
BOTLBalls on the Line
References in classic literature ?
Headquarters of the Second Rhodesians occupied a sheltered position far enough back of the lines to be comparatively safe from enemy observation.
Offense goes to the back of the line. If offense gets the rebound, they score.
The embarrassed actress joined the back of the line for half-an-hour as the rain poured down - before finally giving up and grabbing a taxi back to her hotel.
Teruo Takeuchi, 43, allegedly crashed his car into back of the line, the police said.
Londoners languished at the back of the line, with an average miscalculation of pounds 134 per household.
The slotbacks split out three yards from the tackles and one yard back of the line of scrimmage.
Assume that three players are in a straight line - A at the back of the line and C near the goal.