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1 She spends a lot of time rearing animals.
2 The cart overturned, the horse plunging and rearing in its traces.
3 See birds building nests,(www.Sentencedict.com) incubating eggs and rearing young.
4 Beyond the rearing buildings the waste ground was empty.
5 Intensive indoor rearing of livestock is relatively new and people are only just beginning to realise what it means for the animals.
6 Other hive worlds are poisoned wildernesses punctuated by rearing plasteel termite mounds, vertical cities that punch through the clouds.
7 Southgate's and Bowyer's were fiery, hot-tempered, rearing and kicking the air with sharpened hooves.
8 Horses rearing and neighing, as ostlers and stable-boys tried to calm them down and lead them away.
9 Impossibly, incredibly, it was no longer a monolith rearing high above a flat plain.
10 This family carries out its child rearing and educating functions inevitably at the expense of career opportunities for women.
11 Furthermore, the conditions under which child rearing occurs frequently makes it difficult for women to really enjoy that experience.
12 Rearing a child to maturity requires large expenditures on the basic necessities of life.
13 Beef cattle rearing and sheep predominate over large upland areas in the north, northwest and northeast.
14 The evolution of mating and rearing systems with attendant complexities of nepotistic behaviour occurs within and is part of this process.
15 The gurgling male, alternately bowing down and rearing up, chased the female from one row of tiles to the next.
16 Black psychologists crushed the notion that child rearing was the same, regardless of cultural background.
17 Only the female can guarantee her parenthood, and to her descends the task of single-handedly rearing the young.
18 Reclamation in 1987 stopped generating power during critical salmon spawning and rearing months.
19 And these would in turn improve the circumstances of childbearing and child rearing.
20 But could anyone say hunting is more inhumane than rearing livestock for slaughter?
21 First, he rejected the notion that males were indispensable to the rearing of young.
22 Polygamy is prevented by wives who resent sharing their husbands lest they also share his contributions to child rearing.
23 Until the mid-1980s, merchants bought their cattle and drove them south, where the climate is less favourable to cattle rearing.
24 It can also be used to quarantine fish, used for breeding, rearing young or whatever.
25 I slithered in his wake, looking up hopelessly at the great smooth wilderness rearing above us.
26 Her parents were struggling to make ends meet while rearing six children.
27 More were found over the weeks, and were removed as they were spotted and put into a rearing aquarium.
28 Conversely, co-operative feeding and care increases the likelihood of rearing those young that are produced.
29 The question of remarriage and the provision of an heir to the unstable throne was inevitably rearing its head.
30 However, this survey also found that women spent less time out of the labour market rearing children than is often believed.
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