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pants
A streamlined fairing on a fixed landing gear. Commonly called wheel pants or wheel fairings.
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Sven has bored the pants off us so far with the displays his side have served up but there needn't be any panic attacks over the thought of another 1966.
And while Scimeca confessed that Saturday's 1-0 victory against Sheffield Wednesday at Ninian Park 'bored the pants off him', he stressed City are at what he calls the 'business end' of the season.
England, however, reverted to their rolling maul, ball-up-the-jumper routine and bored the pants off everyone except Nigel Oveland, who wrote in last week.
It's strange that some of the recent games between the two teams at the Riverside have bored the pants off p eople, because both sides like to play play football.
To England these matches represented a yardstick to measure their improvement since abandoning a dour, no-risk, forward-orientated strategy that bored the pants off the world.
'I'm afraid I've bored the pants off everybody talking about all this but I did go once to Lavenham and I saw the cottages there which are in pastel colours, apricot, blue and so on.