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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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However, it is our intention to provide a basic reference of the pickling requirements of a line such as the one described here, reporting the behavior of the line, the amount of odorant required to saturate the line, the dosages used and tail-end odorant measurements.
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.
When I left at the tail-end of last season I made it clear that if a position ever became vacant then I would be very interested in filling it.
SRI LANKA romped home in the second Test against Bangladesh after the tourists suffered a tail-end collapse in the final session on day three.
Tail-End Charlies: The Last Battles of the Bomber War, 1944-45 by John Nichol and Tony Rennell.
Because of the continued turbulent nature of the topic through the tail-end of 2004, Jeff did further research to include the latest updates and recommendations from experts.
Fredericktown, OH), is to "offer an alternative to OEMs manufacturing front-end equipment, tail-end equipment, or the equipment in the middle.
Pity that calls for personal responsibility rain down on the tail-end of bad policy, never on the people who actually wield the power.
Hoss is from Sherman Oaks Station 88, and he drives at the tail-end of the ladder truck as a tillerman - in a square cagelike box known as ``the bucket.
DNO, a small player, specialises in tail-end and marginal fields.
Warwickshire beatSomerset by 88 runs at Edgbaston, disposing of the visitors' tail-end with relative ease.