tailer

tailer

(ˈteɪlə)
n
a fish that shows its tail at the surfacea pole with a loop at one end for landing large fish
References in periodicals archive ?
According to the details, the Thebo community family was going to Khairpur for Eid shopping from their village when their motorcycle collided with a tailer near Shah Hussain at Juma bus-stop.
The tailer driver escaped while the Tando Musti police took trailer into custody.
Fashion e- tailer has no plans to switch to a'app only' platform Jabong bucks
FASHION and lifestyle e- commerce company Jabong has decided to buck the trend by not joining other e- tailers, especially its arch- rival Myntra, in switching to a ' app only' platform.
Watson Backus Machinery Ltd have introduced the only automatic carrot tapper and tailer currently on the market.
My Australian shepherd, Tailer, got her name from being born late.
Almost from the moment she arrived, Tailer started attempting to herd our 80-pound Labrador.
On the first day of work, Tailer was eight weeks old.
On the same day it made its official entry into the online auction market (see separate story), Amazon.com Inc announced that it has bought a 50% stake in start-up Pets.com Inc, an e- tailer of pet supplies.
AS LEADING e- tailers Flipkart and Snapdeal have raised the pitch in the fierce competition for attracting customers during the festive season, bricks- andmortar giant Future Group struck back with the tagline on Tuesday: " No deal can win the trust of a billion people, you have to earn it." This appeared to be an oblique reference to the discount bonanzas being offered by e- tailers.
The pre- Diwali bonanza offered by e- tailers has dented margins of offline stores with more people preferring to shop at a click of the mouse.
The relatively poor performance of the top e tailers sites suggests that much of that growth is going either to a few top performers in that group or to competitors outside the top 50.