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tail-end

n. the back end of something or someone. He was at the tail-end of the long line.
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Eastern and Central Visayas will have cloudy skies with scattered rainshowers and thunderstorms due to the tail-end of a cold front affecting Eastern Visayas, the state weather agency said.
He further stated that in certain situations, despite adequate supply, certain people did not get gas because it was provided to all categories of consumers through an integrated distribution network; therefore, pressure dropped at tail-end areas of the system when all consumers tried to utilise gas at the same time for warming water or heating.
For Tuesday and Wednesday, the PAGASA said the diffused tail-end of a cold front will bring partly cloudy to cloudy skies with rainshowers and thunderstorms in Samar provinces, Southern Leyte, Surigao provinces, Davao Oriental and Dinagat Islands and Siargao Island.
Mir Ejaz Talpur informed the Governor Sindh that water theft was common on both Nara and Rohri canals, which was depriving tail-end growers of water for cultivation.
Talking to media persons, Malik Naseer Khan, Mulana Ashgar Ali and Tariq Qadeer Khan said several hectares of land was lying barren due to non-availability of irrigation water for tail-end areas of the canal and mounting financial problems for farmers.
But at the beginning and tail-end of calving, when your attention can be elsewhere, it's a really valuable aid.
Manzoor Hussain the Muzaffargarh District Tail-End Farmers' Association President said that water availability had not improved over the years.
Another form of the tail-end question is body language that shrugs or slumps when speaking.
The practice of using television feeds to query the decisions of on-field umpires has been criticised for its application since it was adopted at the tail-end of last year.
The pickling appeared complete and the line saturated when the odorant levels at the tail-end were maintained and comparable to those at the inlet, without additional injection being necessary to compensate for odorant loss.
THE tail-end of Hurricane Bill crossed the Atlantic to rattle Egton Show.
Tail-end Charlies; the last battles of the bomber war, 1944-1945.
Local weather expert Paul Stevens warned that the town could yet suffer from the tail-end of the storms over the next 24 to 48 hours.
Charlie's story, narrated as if in his own words, is remembered in Tail-End Charlie, a new book by his son, children's author Mick Manning.