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Coats that go over your rear and down to your mid-thigh, like The North Face’s Arctic Insulated Parka, cover enough body without making you shorten your stride.

Since the spring, riders have been required to board through rear doors, bypassing fareboxes, to better protect drivers from exposure to the virus.

Slowly moving your arms and legs between reps strengthens the glutes and rear shoulder muscles, which help lessen the load on your lower back.

The employee fled to the rear of the establishment and told a co-worker to call the police.

Authorities in Virginia are looking for a woman who was driving a car that crashed into the rear of a Virginia State Police patrol vehicle along an Interstate 66 work zone late Friday.

But Kate has clung to her middle-class roots and middle-class ideas of child-rearing defiantly.

The worst part is that Focus on the Family is restrained compared to other Christian conservative child-rearing advice.

The daily grind of child-rearing and the stress of sharing responsibility seem to be a big part of it.

Not uncommon, this type of pet-rearing situation thrives in an age of Internet that drives niche commerce.

What about the ghetto residents who exhibit “mainstream” values on working, education, and child-rearing?

Within were the park and the deer, and the mansion rearing its brilliant columns amidst the redundant groves of a Spanish autumn.

The care shown in rearing insures a perfect straightness of stem, and an equable diameter of about an inch or an inch and a half.

Thanks particularly to the efforts of the Plunket Society, great help is available in the rearing and management of babies.

Rearing is less common than shying, but more dangerous from the risk of pulling the horse over backward.

A small snake will always respond to the challenge of a much larger one, this challenge taking the form of rearing up and hissing.


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