Rear may refer to:
- Rear (children), to bring up children
- Rear (military), the area of a battlefield behind the front line
- Rear (horse), when a stands on its hind legs
- Rear end, the buttocks
Other articles related to "rear":
... models included a revised front grille and headlights, redesigned front and rear bumpers, oval instead of round side repeater indicators, minor changes to internal controls ... The rear seat is upholstered in vinyl, the hubcaps are minimal, and the car was only offered in "marble white" ... Nissan Micra K11C (second facelift), rear Muji Car 1000 (2001) ...
... It rolled back slightly, jolting the rear portion this caused the wheels of the front vehicle of the rear portion to ride up over the stones underneath them ... The rear portion had been standing with its couplings tight, but now only the rear two vehicles were in any way restrained, so that the leading eight vehicles of the ... The momentum of the eight vehicles closing on the rear two was sufficient to push them over the stones, crushing them in turn, so that now only the handbrake on the rear brake ...
... A rear-end collision (often called simply rear-end or in the UK a shunt) is a traffic accident wherein a vehicle (usually an automobile or a truck) crashes into the vehicle in front of it, usually caused ... accident wherein a train runs into the rear of a preceding train ... Typical scenarios for rear-ends are a sudden deceleration by the first car (for example, to avoid someone crossing the street) so that the following car does not have the time to brake and ...
... The flow of air at the rear of the car is affected by the front wings, front wheels, mirrors, driver's helmet, side pods and exhaust ... This causes the rear wing to be less aerodynamically efficient than the front wing, Yet, because it must generate more than twice as much downforce ...
... calipers, Pagid brake pads, (without ABS) Rear wheels 18 in ... Rear tires 335/30ZR-18 Goodyear Eagle F1 GS Fiorano (30psi) Rear brakes 13.2 in ... Unsprung mass 99 lb/121 lb (front corners/rear corners) ...
Famous quotes containing the word rear:
“It is not those who till the fields who eat fine rice, nor those who rear the silkworms who wear fine silks.”
“In a number of other cultures, fathers are not relegated to babysitter status, nor is their ability to be primary nurturers so readily dismissed.... We have evidence that in our own society men can rear and nurture their children competently and that mens methods, although different from those of women, are imaginative and constructive.”
—Kyle D. Pruett (20th century)
“You do not come dramatically, with dragons
That rear up with my life between their paws”
—Philip Larkin (19221986)