And what monument would you have reared to mark the spot where Anaxagoras sleeps?
She had been reared in a criminal family, which must excuse much.
She had not wanted to part with the home she had been reared in.
By the sword the Ottoman Empire was reared and by the sword it has been ruled ever since.
He reared it as a habitation for his queen, and he called it by her name.
So then he kicked and reared, but he couldn't get me off that way, and I whipped him a good bit.
Then we have found the desired natures; and now that we have found them, how are they to be reared and educated?
The horse saw me appear directly in front of him, shied and reared.
But as a boy he had been reared in the old-fashioned way, and he felt that he had a duty to perform.
It is not merely new; it is novel to one reared amid the superstitions of the Old.