Some articles on tail, tails:
... Members of the Company of the Wolf will sometimes wear a "wolf's tail" hanging from their belts in both civilian and military attire as a form of group ... As foxes are officially classed as vermin in Australia, members forgo the use of real wolves tails, and large fox tails are preferred ... These "wolves' tails" are also sometimes hung from the poles of the Wolf Banner as a further embellishment of the Banner as the Company's rallying point ...
... atoms away from Mercury, creating a comet-like tail behind the planet ... The main component in the tail is sodium, which has been detected as far as 56,000 km (about 23 RM) from the planet ... This sodium tail expands rapidly to a diameter of about 20,000 km at a distance of 17,500 km ...
... Sauriurae (meaning "lizard tails" in Greek) is a now-deprecated subclass of birds created by Ernst Haeckel in 1866 ... known, which he grouped in the sister-group Ornithurae ("bird tails") ... Archaeopteryx possesses a long, reptile-like tail, while all other birds known to him had short tails with few vertebrae, fused at the end into a pygostyle ...
... in trainer-directed Pokémon battles It whips itself with its three long snapping tails ... will to battle by whipping its own backside with its tails before charging at full speed ... horoscopes, which is the reason why the Pokémon Tauros has three tails and three orbs on its forehead ...
... Miles "Tails" Prower is an anthropomorphic fox who often plays the role of Sonic's sidekick ... His nickname "Tails" comes from his two tails, which he uses to help him fly ... Tails is also known for his mechanical ability, building things such as airplanes or submarines to aid the Freedom Fighters ...
Famous quotes containing the word tails:
“All along the backwater,
Through the rushes tall,
Ducks are a-dabbling,
Up tails all!”
—Kenneth Grahame (18591932)
“I think mice
Are rather nice.
Their tails are long,
Their faces small,
They havent any
Chins at all.”
—Rose Fyleman (18771957)
“Panache upon panache, his tails deploy
Upward and outward, in green-vented forms,
His tip a drop of water full of storms.”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)