The rationale for the failure of stock markets to turn tail
the instant that interest rates begin to rise is that, more often than not, rising interest rates go hand-in-hand with a strong economy, not a weak one.
If you come face-to-face with a fox it will generally pause, give you the once over, and turn tail
. In towns however they do become used to people, they realise that we are not a threat.
IN Iraq the US are about to turn tail
and skulk away blaming the Iraqis for not wanting their help.
Says Young: "Our contrarian instincts tell us to look for bargains if more risk averse investors turn tail
Since most cats turn tail
if confronted with a dog, Marker wondered if cheetahs would avoid farms that were guarded by barking pooches.
It is a captivating but confusing time for the swaggering, bungling 21-year-old who has already earned himself the nickname "Runaway" due to his tendency to turn tail
when the going gets tough.
But in some cases it's much wiser just to turn tail
and run--or, as research at the Oregon State University Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport shows, to turn fin and swim.
As the waves of homesickness hit me, I just wanted to turn tail
and flee home.
What made him turn tail
? Well, I was wearing a knotted hanky on my head and an outsize T-shirt down to my knees.