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bobtail

1. a docked or diminutive tail
2. an animal with such a tail
3. having the tail cut short
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The wonderful Wizard had asked to join the party, and with him came his friend the Shaggy Man, who was shaggy but not ragged, being dressed in fine silks with satin shags and bobtails.
Bone N' 'Rag 3 Elbow; 2 Black; Cilla of statue size Life-1 CORNER POP Bobtail.
This is the 5th book by this author, the 2nd in the series that I have read, and is just as delightful as its predecessor, A Deadly Affair at Bobtail Ridge.
The company's success can be attributed to its Bobtail and Dogmor brands, which have become household names.
Supply of nails locking irreversible type Bobtail Bobtail and gun type.
On a different subject, I must point out that the first Formula One mid-engined car was not the Cooper T43 of 1957 but the 1955 Bobtail Cooper of Jack Brabham, which I helped to build (" Sporting chance, " PE May).
DeWitt Petroleum (DeWitt) is a fuel distributor providing fleet card, bobtail, onsite, and lubrication products and services throughout Southern California.
Ed Brown's new Special Forces Carry features his Bobtail butt.
These actuators offer a reliable method to remotely operate internal valves on storage tanks, bobtail route trucks, and bulk transports.
Instead, she was "a cheerful and happy little girl with a heart of gold," who just happened to look an awful lot like an adorable, white Japanese bobtail.
Inferior, ill-bred, vulgar herd, unwashed, Ragtag and Bobtail, riff-raff and scum, dregs of society, cattle vermin, common sort, small fry, slum population trash, low life underlings, nobodies, serfs, slaves, guttersnipes.
Sale includes 32 Bobtail and Sleeper trucks that all have been retrofitted to meet new CARB requirements.