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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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I have two horses, -- I do not count my servant's bobtailed nag.
And as the bobtailed, long-necked chest- nut, trying to get his head, jerked the left hand, covered by a thick dogskin glove, the doctor raised his voice over the hedge: "How's your child, Amy?"
* Bobtail is a 12-year-old declawed cat that loves petting, food and other cats.
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In 1954 the BBC began with Muffin the Mule who was the first marionette, followed in 1955 by Picture book with different puppets each weekday: Monday - sausage dog, Tuesday - Andy Pandy, Thursday - Rag, Tag and Bobtail, Friday - Woodentops.
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.
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).
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