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n.1.The rear guard of an army.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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SSP Islamabad Sajid Kiani has appreciated professional efforts of SIU team and announced commendation certificates as well as cash reReward for the police team as their encouragement.
I have seen a lot of Romans now and if anyone asks you what I think of them you may say that so far as I can see their chief preoccupation in life is the condition (to judge from their speech) broken, swollen etc of their coglioni and their chief pastime and joke the breaking of wind rereward [sic].
In motion being each and both carried westward, forward and rereward respectively, by the proper perpetual motion of the earth through everchanging tracks of neverchanging space" (17.2306-10).