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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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Bethan Caitlin, who first became Bridgend Dog's Trust Rehoming Centre's puppy rearer in 1997, has cared for about 800 puppies during her tenure at the Pen-y-Fai home.
"The increasing demand is what drives breeders to import more animals," one animal rearer, who requested anonymity, told AFP.
Launched two seasons ago, the Dorm2Go has been "extremely successful," according Alison Rearer, product manager for the company.
Ann Jones, who is helped by a dedicated calf rearer, will explain the unit's management strategy.
A HEIFER replacement system with a dedicated calf rearer will achieve the best overall results, according to a Welsh heifer-rearing expert.
"I feel I'm going from strength to strength now that my injury is behind me," added Kirkland, whose training runs twice a day fit in nicely on the Kielder tracks where he works as a salmon rearer.
Donna Norris, 41, a grandma and calf rearer who lost 2st10lb, blasted: "We were all very well monitored and it's been branded by some critics as tatty entertainment to watch us, well it wasn't entertaining for us.
Likewise, two of four ex-wives tartly, if good-naturedly, recall becoming booker, gofer, housekeeper and child rearer for a man usually "somewhere" on the road.
The fashion bedding and bath supplier is introducing its first line of freestanding bath accessories at the home textiles market in October, according to Alison Rearer, manager of bath and accessories.
A cocoon rearer, Kasam Din said, that the sericulture department was working in the interest of the rearers.
They're pictured with Kevin's dad Glyn, calf rearer Dominika Rabcewicz and herdswoman Janet Fowles