The wily predator rears back
and lunges at its prey -- a lightning-fast attack that for a number of other living creatures would probably mean certain death.
This is really quite an edgy kids' comedy, by the standards of the genre -- though it coyly rears back
from the f-word, and bowdlerises 'Spirits' by The Strumbellas (changing 'guns' to 'dreams') when that song appears on the soundtrack.
The weight is on the back end of the lure and will not interfere when an angler rears back
to set the hook.
(2) Shrewsbury's Jakob McVane rears back
to throw a pass after taking a handoff.
In the lefthand panel, the dark figure rears back
, one limb firmly planted beneath it, the other delicately winding across into the diptych's right side, reflecting a visionary experience, one that might guide a diviner, say, leading his tribe through psychological and physical travails.
The family sells the bulls it rears back
to the Rawburn herd when they are six or seven months old because there is not enough room to rear them on the farm.
The crowd whoops even louder; Mac rears back
and delivers it like he was entertaining himself alone.
As Odsaluyang writhes in torment, a curtain of red spreads through the water; only when the camera rears back
do we see a baby floating downstream, and not until the shot is about to dissolve do we see the baby move.
In this painting a lion stares out from an unlikely landscape - it was more Derbyshire than Africa - while a white horse rears back
in fear, an expression said to be have been caught by sweeping a brush towards a horse.
When a predator pounces to grab the lizard's body, the reptile rears back
its head to stab the attacker.
Fr Marcelo Rossi rears back
and sends a jet of holy water over the feverish congregation.
It opens its extra-large mouth, rears back
, and strikes the anemone like a snake.
Usually the nod to social concerns comes when some star, giving or getting an award for work in some piece of fluff, rears back
and delivers an unrelated leftfield salvo about her or his favorite issue.
Beverly Mantle rears back
, outrage in his eyes, and pulls from her body a surgical retractor fit for a horse.