Examples of tailing in a Sentence
my attempt at secretly tailing the girls was ruined by my loud and uncontrollable hiccups
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Huge tailings dams will be placed near the Nass River
Samarco has stumbled through the complex process of obtaining licenses to restart its iron-ore operation in southeast Brazil following the rupture of its Fundão tailings dam in November 2015, Vale said in a press release.
Later that inning, Aaron Judge delivered a two-out, two-run double on a 3-2 pitch — a tailing, letter-high 99-mile-per-hour fastball — to stake the Yankees to a 4-0 lead.
Davis hit a tailing fly ball to right field that seemed destined to float foul.
Glencore Plc.-owned Katanga’s whole ore leach and Eurasian Resources Group’s roan tailings reclamation projects -- both ramping up this year in Congo -- should help ease the deficit.
Pew would also like to see rigorous third-party oversight of deep-sea mining operations, to ensure best practices are followed in disposal of tailings, handling of toxic materials, and minimizing harm to living things.
Overall, however, the PMIs showed something of a tailing off of activity – primarily in services – even if that was within the context of expansion.
Bass fishing remains fair to good on the points and dredger tailings at the north end of the lake.
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