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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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Salam is preparing to take "position" and Shehayeb's "apology" Thursday Storm blows twice: floods and waste THE DAILYSTAR: Health crisis rears its head as rains batter Lebanon --Despite three months' worth of warnings, Lebanon's streets were submerged in garbage after torrential downpour Sunday, signaling winter's dreaded rains and an impending public health crisis, as politicians traded blame.
That question rears its head again in The Hydrogen Sonata (Orbit), Banks' newest Culture novel, when one of the Culture's historical allies prepares to ascend to another plane of reality.
As E Dovaston said as soon as sex rears its head for some reason everybody just jumps up and down and says enough is enough.
ONCE more the Middlehaven project rears its head, and in the Gazette supplement (26.7.11) there is a paragraph in bold type - So how are we doing so far - and if we build it will they come?
Jundollah rears its head: State television has reported that border guards in the southeast arrested four people trying to cross the border June 19 wearing explosive vests.
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.