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Bringing Up The Rear ( the last one; in last place ... )

"Bringing Up The Rear"

The person who brings up the rear is the one who is last.

Example: "There you are again Schmidt, bringing up the rear."

The one who is behind all of the others "brings up the rear."

Example: "Why is it that every time we run, you are the one bringing up the rear?"

Bringing It Home

Brushing Up On

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