There was just a tag end of a radio call, that ended in a shot.
It was the tag end o' June—an' in June cemeteries seems like somewheres else.
This came at the tag end of the storm,—on the third day, in fact.
Women have been used to getting more or less the tag end of things for some thousands of years.
It was Major Putnam Stone, and as he entered the door he caught the tag end of what one of us was saying.
There were two out, a man on first and the tag end of the batting list was in sight.
There'll be a tag end of the afternoon when Pontifex hath done his worst, and I—wish to do something else.
As a last resort, Stearns had secured the postponement of the two miles to the tag end of the afternoon.
The parcel found in the brickfield was tied up with a tag end of tape and a bit of a dirty apron string.
And now nothing at all left but a tag end, a bit of the peroration, the last words of the final summing-up.