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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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Though the youngest of their number could not much have passed the period, that, in the nicer judgment of the law, is called the age of discretion, he had proved himself so far worthy of his progenitors as to have reared already his aspiring person to the standard height of his race.
Time budget of turkeys (Maleagris gallopavo) reared under free-range and confinement rearing systems was recorded and compared from day old chick to sixth months of age.
In free-range rearing commercial and synthetic feed products including by-products meals etc are not allowed rather birds are reared on organic food only.
1 : to rise up on the hind legs <The horse reared in fright.>
For instance, if reared by conscientious adoptive mothers, female rats born to unresponsive mothers withstand stress and care for newborns just as effectively as do female rats born to dutiful mothers.
In Mediterranean countries summer temperatures are quite high and unsuitable for silkworm rearing Therefore, in Turkey, silkworms are reared twice a year, one of which is spring rearing (April, May and June) and the other is autumn rearing (August and September).