whale tail


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whale tail

slang The waistband of a thong or G-string when it becomes visible above the waistline of the wearer's pants or skirt. I really don't like wearing thongs, because I'm always paranoid that I'll end up having a whale tail on display.
See also: tail, whale
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The duo even brought in Frank Stephenson, the man who designed the Mk1, to have a look at their baby with its signature Whale Tail and then they discovered something amazing.
Five healthcare stakeholders on Prince of Wales make up POWHN: SEARHC, PeaceHealth, Craig Public Health Center, Community Connections, and Whale Tail Pharmacy.
Photos are then matched against multiple albums of whale tail photos to determine if the whale in question has visited the Babuyan waters before or been photographed by researchers in other breeding or feeding grounds.
Our next destination was the famous whalewatching resort of Kaikoura but before departing we popped into the tourist office A whale tail New Zealand's to get a report on the weather further south - and the news was not good.
A whale tail New Zealand's A storm had caused severe flooding in earthquake-recovering Christchurch, as if the poor folk there had not already had enough to put up with.
Exploration at Amaruq from July through October focused on the project's Whale Tail zone.
Funded by USC SeaGrant Urban Oceans Initiative, Whale Tail, and Edison International Community Grants.
We like the Whale Tail, a veggie cafe in Lancaster, or Frankie and Benny's in Morecambe.
Attach the Octa Vacuum Dock and Whale Tail, and the tablet "becomes a whole different animal," touts Trotsky.
Or semi-automation, because in the first step, I still manually review it portion of the acoustic data to identify each bowhead whale tail l bear.
Don't be the girl who gets caught in class with a whale tail.
It's like a beavertail but bigger--although not as big as the whale tail on a Porsche 930.
Revised in the sense that those awful runny-egg-yolk headlights have been dumped in favor of the more nostalgic ones currently in use; but definitely not revised in the sense that the huge back-end, or whale tail, has been downsized.
After watching the BBC's Planet Earth and marvelling at the creatures in their natural habitat and I feared that this new production, centred around a set with an 80ft whale tail, could be both naff and cruel.
Whale skin fetches over [yen] 5,000 per kilogram; tail parts fetch [yen] 10,000 per kilogram, and a whale tail can bring in [yen] 2-3 million.