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hind end

Rur. the rump of someone or an animal. If you say that again, I'll swat you right across the hind end. The mule slipped and came down right on her hind end.
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See if you can place a hand on the side of his face and the other hand on the side of his shoulder and ask him to step his shoulders over a step or two whist keeping his hind end still.
The vaccine was administered into the muscle at the hind end and over subsequent days the calves were noted to be "stiff" or lame, usually on the hind leg associated with the vaccination.
However, his most pressing wish is for a return to normal sleeping activity, and he adds: "One of our friends sent us a pedigree card with notes regarding Alexander-small but sturdy, good hind end, looks speedy and sure improver.
She ran and jumped and made the most amazing spin-arounds in the air, landing with her head where her hind end was.
Its hind end and legs were injured, but the animal was still moving.
This female pointer mix was found stray in the Prairie Road area, having suffered a shotgun blast to her hind end.
Attach a strip of white plastic garbage bag to the hind end so a slight breeze moves it like a tail.
But he couldn't face putting the poor puss down and designed a tiny cart that Speedy's hind end could be strapped into, leaving his front paws free to pull himself along.
Trainer Venetia Williams best described the hurdling style the winner employed when saying: "He's quite a fan of the motorbike-leaping style of landing hind end first
Breech'' refers to the backside or hind end of a body.
Part of the fun is the knowledge that you and I could go halves on a cheap 2-year-old this summer and have a lottery player's chance of winning the Derby - if our little gelding gets good at the right time and the contenders run into the hind end of destiny.
But the stewards ruled Bay Street Blues, who finished third, turned into Silic's path only after Success and Glory bumped his hind end.
When dabbed with the venom, the crazy ants (Nylanderia fulva) curl their hind ends up between their legs and secrete droplets of formic acid, says ecologist Edward LeBrun of the University of Texas at Austin.
You can cut the upper arm of the sleeve (now the back part of the coat) to fit just over their hind ends, or you can be generous in your length and leave it a little long for growing room.