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- v. Present participle of rear.
- n. Act of raising young.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the properties acquired as a consequence of the way you were treated as a child
- adj. rearing on left hind leg with forelegs elevated and head usually in profile
- n. helping someone grow up to be an accepted member of the community
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Enough already, who cares about this moron, she is an idiot, who by the way could not see Putin rearing his head or Russia from her house.
And certainly the things we do in rearing our children provides another form of leisure activity.
Obama is emphasizing the role of parents in rearing their children, and he has done this before.
Child rearing is growth and change in action, and every part of it is a stage waiting to pass.
The extent to which child rearing is truly a partnership is really a matter of common ground and open communication between the partners.
- Girls want a care taking man to look after the offspring as the time taken for child rearing is long and it is hard for most women to be financially independent for that long.
If technology in child-rearing is the first choice, reproducing should be the last choice.
I can believe some folks have a hatred for parents who demand that the rest of society helps them in rearing their children.
The Torontonian says bluntly, We would be in complete denial to say that every element of child rearing is interesting.
His so-calle Christian psychology of marriage and child rearing is based on his own highly personal interpretation of a religious mission, not on theology or current medical research.
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