hind end

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Overweight cats can also have trouble grooming themselves, because large fat deposits prevent them from bending to reach their backs and hind end.
For example, many times in good natured fun, people jokingly threaten to kick someone else's hind end, or to warn a mischevious child of an impending spanking.
I will no longer declare a firearm that I am not carrying, just because some young ticket agent is covering her hind end I chose to hold my tongue, and it cost me two days of hunting.
The hind end of the male was spirally coiled, had lateral alae and papillae and unequal spicules.
In her current body of work she has been exploring the use of auspicious flowers tattooed over the hind end of the horse like the Appaloosa's signature rump.
Colonel John, who won the Santa Anita Derby and Travers Stakes in 2008, will be making his 2009 debut after missing the Strub Stakes because of a pulled muscle in the right side of his hind end.
She is very affectionate, but is often stiff in her hind end and may need to stay on anti-inflammatories to be comfortable.
2; sternite I with a rounded protuberance near hind end (Figure 4); tergite II with anterior lateral corners costate rugose.
Touch him on the flank and ask him to step his hind end over a step or two without moving forward, pushing in to you or moving his shoulders.
BACK UP: The horse's powerful hind muscles help to power it forward in a sprint, Nine different skeletal muscles work on each side of the horse's hind end.
Right now, I'm fully disgusted with California and the United States for allowing this to go on after I put my hind end on the line.
Myths debunked, it's time to get your hind end out of that miserable state in as safe a manner as possible.
When the baboon is up in a tree, with its hind end facing us, there is the face of war exactly: scarlet, scaly, glazed, framed in a clotted, filthy wig.