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pants
A streamlined fairing on a fixed landing gear. Commonly called wheel pants or wheel fairings.
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The 67-year-old led Norway to the finals in 1994 and 1998 with a no-nonsense, ugly gameplan which bored the pants off neutrals but took his team to as high as second in the Fifa rankings.
Sadly, no one had the courage to remind Big Ron that his Wednesday team had just bored the pants off 30,000 disgruntled home supporters.
And maybe he did it because Mrs Prim and Proper bored the pants off him.
He bored the pants off neutrals, yet the defensive organisation and fitness of the team eventually overcame their lack of quality.
The Ancient Mariner in the Coleridge poem was so desperate for an audience that he stopped a wedding guest, held him with his boney hand and rheumy eye, and bored the pants off him.
Compare that with the time Meg Ryan came to this side of the pond and famously bored the pants off the nation with an excruciatingly dull chat on Parky.
The French misery guts, whose long-running transfer dispute with Arsenal bored the pants off football fans the length and breadth of the country, was responding to British newspaper reports suggesting he was fed up with the game and ready to quit for good.