kite tail


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Noun1.kite tail - a bob on a kite to provide balancekite tail - a bob on a kite to provide balance  
bob - a hanging weight, especially a metal ball on a string
kite - plaything consisting of a light frame covered with tissue paper; flown in wind at end of a string
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"I suppose the others are torn up to rig ships, bandage cut fingers, or make kite tails. It's dreadful, but I can't scold him.
STEP SIX Make a kite tail out of ribbon or a thin strip of cloth and attach it to the bottom of your kite using the threads of twine you left loose.
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* Hot-glue sticks to join frame members and attach kite tail
Cuvaison is also releasing two new wines, Kite Tail Chardonnay ($42 for a 750 ml) and Spire Pinot Noir ($45 for a 750 ml), into select markets.
It will be followed by the seasonal Kite Tail for the summer, and O'Fallon Pumpkin Beer in the fall.
The word on congressional redistricting following the 1990 census was, it "could have been an awful lot worse." State Senator Arthur Chase described the new third congressional district, which included Boylston and West Boylston, as a "kite tail" that stretched from Central Mass.
Known as the Kite Tail, the 42-foot-high, 17-tonne work of art was being placed on the Aberavon's rainswept seafront yesterday.
Charlie, from Stoneycroft, was given a helping hand in making the kite tail by his mum, Alison, while Melissa and her mum, Cathy, from West Derby, were busy cutting out a shape from black sheeting.
Charlie, from Stonycroft, was given a helping hand in making the kite tail by his mum, Alison, while Melissa and her mum, Cathy, from West Derby, were busy cutting out the the black sheeting they were working with.
If you like, you could attach ribbon bows to your kite tail. If you don't have ribbon, crepe paper streamers will also work really well.
Kite Tail is a cream ale, which is a tricky style, since there's not much to it, but O'Fallon's variation is perfectly executed: Light and tasty, with a slightly fruity palate, and the all important creamy mouthfeel.