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rattail

[′rat‚tāl]
(metallurgy)
A small irregular line marking a minor buckle on the surface of a casting.
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I was hoping to get my rights before rattail hair-don'ts came back in style, but it doesn't look like I'm going to make it.
Along with escolar, the new equipment pulled up other deepwater fish rarely seen on the market before--Patagonian toothfish, orange roughy, monkfish, and rattail.
The forged pieces are made in the United States from German steel; and full-tang and triple-riveted with a traditional rattail design.
Unlike the rattail, which actively seeks out a meal, some deep-sea fish use tricks to attract prey.
Correcting the problem calls for elongating the screw hole in the bridge with a rattail file, and using a mill file to break the leading edge of the bridge at 45 degrees.
Like the rattail was the official haircut of all of New Jersey.
Crassula lycopodioides, commonly known as rattail or watch chain crassula, takes the form of braided, lanyard-like foliar chains.
It helps to file out the flange inside the coupling with a rattail file so it slides smoothly on the conduit.
The plants: (A) Adenanthos sericea, (B) Sedum morganianum, (C) rattail cactus (Aporocactus flagellifarmis).
In addition to the cotton-tipped swabs and the wooden matchstick implicated in our 2 cases, other potentially injurious objects include rattail combs, bobby pins, sticks, artists' brushes, and cerumen curettes.
Its slide handle wears cut checkering and fills my hand better than the slim, rattail forend sported by my first trombone gun.