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rear

(rîr)
n.
1. A hind part.
2. Informal The buttocks.
adj.
Of, at, or located in the rear.
References in classic literature ?
Here we may still be hopeful: in the rearing of exceptional men.
The notion of rearing the Superman is only a new form of an ideal Nietzsche already had in his youth, that "THE OBJECT OF MANKIND SHOULD LIE IN ITS HIGHEST INDIVIDUALS" (or, as he writes in "Schopenhauer as Educator": "Mankind ought constantly to be striving to produce great men--this and nothing else is its duty.
The phrase "the rearing of the Superman," has very often been misunderstood.
Aim of this study was to determine heat requirement for silkworm larval period of 27 days to ensure optimal environmental conditions in the rearing room in April and May.
This study investigated whether rearing methods (parent-rearing, hand-rearing, or hand-rearing with exercise) of cranes, and behaviors observed in birds either before or shortly after release in the wild, are associated with survival after release.
When given a drug that blocks oxytocin receptors, new mothers licked and groomed their pups at consistently low rates, regardless of their own rearing histories, the scientists say.
and the Jewish Outreach Institute of New York, that 63 percent of those who had been married by rabbis were rearing their children as Jews.