fantail

[n] - an overhang consisting of the fan-shaped part of the deck extending aft of the sternpost of a ship
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Fantail

NATO codename for La-15 limited production lightweight fighter [SU]
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Fantail

Fan'tail` (făn'tāl`) noun (Zool.) (a) A variety of the domestic pigeon, so called from the shape of the tail. (b) Any bird of the Australian genus Rhipidura , in which the tail is spread in the form of a fan during flight. They belong to the family of flycatcher
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fantail

<zoology> A variety of the domestic pigeon, so called from the shape of the tail. ... Any bird of the Australian genus Rhipidura, in which the tail is spread in the form of a fan during flight. They belong to the family of flycatchers. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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fantail

noun an overhang consisting of the fan-shaped part of the deck extending aft of the sternpost of a ship
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Fantail

• (n.) A variety of the domestic pigeon, so called from the shape of the tail. • (n.) Any bird of the Australian genus Rhipidura, in which the tail is spread in the form of a fan during flight. They belong to the family of flycatchers.
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fantail

(from the article `windmill`) ...early mills the turning of the post-mill body, or the tower-mill cap, was done by hand by means of a long tailpole stretching down to the ground. ... In 1745 Edmund Lee of England invented the fantail, a ring of five to eight vanes mounted behind the sails at right angles to them. These were ... [2 re...
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fantail

any of numerous birds of the Old World subfamily Rhipidurinae, family Muscicapidae (q.v.). Some authors retain these birds in the subfamily ...
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Fantail

[album] Fantail is an album by the Japanese noise musician Merzbow. It is named after the fantail breed of pigeon, which Masami Akita raises. The cover illustration includes part of the engraving `The Temple of Music` by Robert Fludd. The same engraving was used on the cover of Barbed Wire Maggots by Borbetomagus, who Akita has named as one
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Fantail

A fantail is a small windmill which is used to keep a windmill facing into the wind automatically.
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Fantail

The fantail is a variety of domestic pigeon, so called from the shape of the tail. The name fantail is applied in Australia to birds of the genus Rhipidura, in which the tail is spread in the form of a fan during flight. They belong to the family of flycatchers.
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Fantail

Aft end of the ship, also known as the Poop Deck.
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Fantail

[goldfish] The Fantail goldfish is the western form of the Ryukin that possesses an egg-shaped body, a high dorsal fin, a long quadruple caudal fin, and no shoulder hump. The Fantail goldfish may have either metallic or nacreous scales and normal or telescope eyes. Telescope eyes do not develop until the fish is 6 months old. Its fins are l
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Fantail

Fantails are small insectivorous birds of Australasia, Southeast Asia and the Indian subcontinent belonging to the genus Rhipidura in the family Rhipiduridae. Most of the species are about 15 to 18 cm long, specialist aerial feeders, and named as `fantails`, but the Australian willie wagtail, is a little larger, and though still an expert hunter..
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Fantail

Aft end of the ship, also known as the Poop Deck.
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Fantail

The rear overhang of a ship.
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Fantail

A ship's aft section. This is an American term.
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fantail

The rear overhang of a ship (shaped like a duck's bill)
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