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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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tailpiecetail‧piece /ˈteɪlpiːs/ noun [countable] British English  ALa part that forms or is added to the end of something, especially a piece of writing
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tailpieceThere is a tailpiece to the Luton case.The bridge and tailpiece are actually two separate components, a sort of abbreviated version of Gibson's tune-o-matic system.His tailpiece, most aptly, is Eric Gill's woodcut of an infantryman trudging along his Via Dolorosa.In fact, the embossed, gold-plated tailpiece looks almost subdued in these surroundings.Do you have an earth connection to the tailpiece or bridge?
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