Around Christmas—this was the tail end of 2009—I was sent to the PTSD clinic in Fort Thomas for eight weeks.
While the horrific wig is gone, the creative momentum the show found in the tail end of its first season is still strong.
Coddington was born in Anglesey, an island off the coast of Wales, and grew up during the tail end of World War II.
But the tail end of that era is an object lesson that politicians and the media alike ought to be paying attention to now.
I was at the tail end of that generation, and it had a significant impact on me.
The passengers were all at the tail end of their spirits, for Sierra Leone is the definite beginning of the Coast to the out-goer.
It is very unfortunate that we so often know a thing that is past only by its tail end.
In front the orator shouted to the casual mob, and at the tail end his companion distributed campaign literature.
They had some sittin' in carriages, 'way at the tail end; but I wouldn't like that.
To be exact, it was the tail end of trial day at headquarters.