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  • A single-story rear section was added some time after the original construction.
  • It features a three-story tower and has a two-story rear wing.
  • It has a one-story side wing and two-story rear wing.
  • It has a two-story rear addition, with a one-story addition attached to it.
  • The two-story rear frame addition was added in the late-19th century.
  • The two entered the home of his father via the fields to the rear of the house.
  • They had no children together, but she helped rear Washington's three children.
  • At the same time, a two-story rear wing was added.
  • A two-story rear wing was added in the latter half of the 19th century.
  • He later bought land about two miles south and reared a large family.
  • They moved it to the rear of the property and turned it so that it faced south.
  • Image control is done by moving the front and/or rear standards.
  • Mary is also reared by her father because her mother died giving birth to her.
  • It has two sections: a two-story main section and a lower two-story rear wing.
  • There is also a large two story rear wing.
  • It may be seen that effects of child rearing may be seen even later.
  • They had four children; two who died young, and two who reared large families.
  • A two story rear addition was built in the 1960s.
  • There is also a one-story rear addition.
  • The British ships are listed in order from van to rear.
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Meaning of rear

  • noun The back of a military formation or procession
    infantrymen were in the rear
  • noun The side of an object that is opposite its front
    his room was toward the rear of the hotel
  • noun The side that goes last or is not normally seen
    he wrote the date on the back of the photograph
  • verb Stand up on the hind legs, of quadrupeds
    The horse reared in terror
  • verb Bring up
    raise a family, bring up children
  • verb Cause to rise up