nose to tail

nose to tail

  (British)
if cars that are moving are nose to tail, they are very close to each other, one behind the other Traffic is nose to tail on the east-bound section of the M62.
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Vehicles were nose to tail for more than three miles with traffic queuing westbound from Rhos on Sea to the Conwy tunnel.
Four flights will be operated with Boeing 767 widebody aircraft, which provide direct aisle access for all Delta One customers, and six flights will use Boeing 757 aircraft featuring new interior modifications that have been completely refurbished from nose to tail.
REGARDING the Station Road polling station in Lepton, my husband and I both 80 years old went to vote only to find the gates shut and the road nose to tail full of cars owing to the safety of the children .
Spencer, who is from the US, said the nose to tail cooking makes use of most body parts, including the brain, tongue, heart, kidney, liver, intestines and testicles.
He may only be 12cm from nose to tail, but he's still capable of landing a devastating knockout blow with the force of a .
He may only be 12cm (five inches) from nose to tail but he's still capable of landing a devastating knockout blow with the equivalent force of a .
The shop, run by partners Kevin Haverty, Adam Gale, and Jason Fox, owns a license to age meats nose to tail on premises.
QUESTION to a majority of HGV drivers: why do you insist on driving nose to tail on the motorways, making it difficult for other vehicle drivers to pull in to get off at a junction?
6 ( ANI ): The longest domestic cat in the world, measuring more than 4 feet long from nose to tail, has died in Nevada.
It is all rather analogous of the trucks waiting to cross the border, that were once parked nightly at Janabiya, nose to tail in their scores, like a school of Safi.
UPENDED Lambo spins over nose to tail WRECKAGE Supercar driver Richard, right, had to be cut free PLUNGE It nosedives into the ground FLIP Car flies through air at 235mph SPEEDY The souped-up Lamborghini
Vapours formed a tapestry, That wove the nimbus canopy, A Junker winds and weaves in vain, Its belly belching crimson flame, A swooping, shrieking, snapper wails, Disintegrating nose to tail, A scintillating diamond light, Hurtles headlong out of sight, The awe inspiring bravery, Was matched by fierce tenacity, Rolling, weaving, wheeling, whining, Climbing, falling, spinning, diving, Fury raged through crowded days, As squadrons duelled in tense melees, With German losses so severe, By Autumn
Brand new records include The World's Oldest Bridesmaid (105 years); The Most Expensive Icecream Sundae (pounds 12,000); and The World's Longest Dog, with a nose to tail length of 2m 32cm (7.
It now measures 18ft from nose to tail, but Andy admits he can't fit it into car parks.
30pm on Thursday, driving through the High Street was a nightmare, with car cruisers by the dozen nose to tail through the town; noise, loud music, windows down, loud exhausts and nuisance.