rooster tail


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rooster tail

n.
A projected mass of fine particles, as of water or snow, having an arced shape similar to that of a rooster's tail.
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Worden's Pro Series Rooster Tail has an elongated blade, a cross between an Indiana and willowleaf blade.
New Star's Ustinov led from Lundin, Al Qemzi, Pettersson and Nelson Morin with 15 laps remaining, although Lundin stayed on the Russian's rooster tail through the next few laps, as Al Qemzi began to lose ground on the leading duo.
I've caught all of the common Midwest farm pond fish--bass, bluegill, crappie, and catfish--on the old, trusty rooster tail.
ON THE WAY TO ROCK ART RANCH, the rental car sends a rooster tail of red dust into the sky southeast of Winslow.
In the present paper, the possibility of rooster tail formation in downstream of gate is studied.
The fashion extravaganza previously held at lavish venues such as the historic The Detroit Opera House and the Detroit Rooster Tail with celebrity hosts such as Dominique Reighard of America's Next Top Model.
But, I have caught all of the main panfish in my region--bass, bluegill, crappie and sunfish, and even channel catfish--on the old trusty rooster tail.
Dave Fowler and his foster child, Alex, also 10, came well equipped with three rods and reels, a set of rooster tail lures and, also, bobbers and bait, in case that's what the fish preferred.
We drew deep, then powered at the chute and shot the rooster tail amid shouts of joy.
We jumped across boat wakes, threw rooster tail splashes at each other, and made high-speed dashes across the smooth water.
The pearl Rooster Tail is almost as good as the Cleo.
Riders of all ages stand on the Razor, use the handlebars for turning and can press down on a rear brake that will shoot a snow rooster tail.