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rear

(rîr)
n.
1. A hind part.
2. Informal The buttocks.
adj.
Of, at, or located in the rear.
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So when the suggestion of charging for parking around Sefton Park rears its head, people understandably wonder how much more of the burden residents (or, specifically in this case, motorists) will be expected to bear.
PUNTERS were warned in yesterday's Racing Post about the perils of buying total games in French Open matches and it may pay to concentrate on supremacy markets until a suitable trade rears its head, writes Adrian Humphries.
However, as one crisis eases during these still difficult days, another quickly rears its head.
It is easy to decry 'mallisation' wherever it rears its head but anonymity is of course the point.
He turns reticent, however, when the subject of lower Manhattan rears its head.
Although The Exercise Myth is long since gone, the anti-exercise myth is still with us and periodically rears its head.
When a tort "reform" myth rears its head in your encounters with others, you need to respond with the facts.