Boat-tail

Boat´-tail`


n.1.(Zool.) A large grackle or blackbird (Quiscalus major), found in the Southern United States.
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Tenders are invited for corrugated pack.Box for boat-tail
Quick-install side-skirt and boat-tail models were used to provide four vehicle configurations for both the leading and trailing vehicles:
Boat-tail bullets are designed so that the last 1/10th of the shank is tapered.
.22-250 Rem.--feature color-coded polymer tip for rapid expansion, boat-tail design and tapered jacket.
When John Brennan hit 50 he left the garda and bought a run-down pub in the country - 20-odd years later, he's still pulling pints, beekeeping and tearing around in his 1929 boat-tail MG.
Browning's 2008 version of the Illusion is completely redesigned and features the highly adjustable Trance Cam, checkered grip, parallel boat-tail limbs, Hyperlite Unibody limb pockets, and factory installed Vibracheck Hush Kit.
Still, the Ocean Drive does build on some Mercedes cues, including the large and upright radiator grille and boat-tail rear end.
out of the branches--scissor-tail, boat-tail, waxwing, kite--
Its 14-inch Boat-tail Tapered Limbs, seated in PSE's Hyperlite[TM] Limb Pockets, provide accuracy and stability without unwanted weight.
Sure, it's not as iconic as the original boat-tail version driven by Dustin Hoffman in The Graduate, but it's certainly a pretty car.
Among the American models a yellow 1935 Auburn 851SC Boat-Tail Speedster fetched almost pounds 200,000, which was double the estimate, creating a new European record.
At a recent auction in London, a 1935 Auburn 851SC Boat-Tail Speedster fetched almost pounds 200,000, which was double the estimate, creating a new European record