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Oh, love is real enough; you will find it someday, but it has one archenemy—and that is life.Jean Anouilh Ardele
See also täil
- (anatomy) The caudal appendage of an animal that is attached to its posterior and near the anus.
- The tail-end of a creature (buttocks, even if tailless) or object, e.g. the rear of an aircraft's fuselage, containing the tailfin.
- When a grumpy client of the frat's annual carwash complained the tail of his menure-soiled tractor wasn't completely cleaned, the poor pledges had to drop trou and bend over to get their own tails paddled in public
- An object or part thereof resembling a tail in shape, such as the thongs on a cat-o'-nine-tails or other multi-tail whip.
- Specifically, the visible stream of dust and gases blown from a comet by the solar wind.
- The latter part of a time period or event, or (collectively) persons or objects represented in this part.
- (statistics) The part of a distribution most distant from the mode; as, a long tail.
- One who surreptitiously follows another.
- (cricket) The last four or five batsmen in the batting order, usually specialist bowlers.
- (typography) The lower loop of the letters g, q, and y in the roman alphabet.
- (especially Template loop detected: Template:context 1) The side of a coin not bearing the head; the reverse.
- (slang, Template loop detected: Template:context 1) Sexual intercourse with a woman.
- I'm gonna get me some tail tonight.
tail of animal
the rear of an aircraft's fuselage, containing the tailfin
(typography) The lower loop of the letters g, q and y of the roman alphabet
The side of a coin not bearing the head
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- Ido: kaudo
Third person singular
- (transitive) To surreptitiously follow and observe.
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