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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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But after the ugly spectre of match-fixing reared its head again in Italy, it is even more important that we don't rest on our laurels.
He's worked in Italy and he knows the Italian mentality and this type of problem, if we call it that, has reared its head many a time in Italy.
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GRITTERS were out yesterday as wintry weather reared its head again in North Wales.
I also know the same problem has reared its head across the country, with weekly collections becoming something of a rarity.
That waywardness reared its head at Sandown on his second start.
However, risk aversion reared its head once again during the US trading session, taking the DJIA down 1.
I NOTE that in the Examiner concern expressed over heavy vehicles damaging the surface in Greenhead Park has, yet again, reared its head.
question reared its head again this week after the match between Jamie Burnett and Stephen Maguire in the first round of the Maplin UK Championship.
ImagiPLAY had been booming because of its eco-friendly approach before the threat of tainted imports reared its head.
It is doubtful that a mosquito would have reared its head in those conditions, but the rule had to be applied, and the blood center will now miss out on our blood donations for two years.