dragon's head

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American herb having sharply serrate lanceolate leaves and spikes of blue to violet flowers

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The last person in line is the end of the dragon's tail, the one the dragon's head must catch.
Yesterday, Chief Constable Bernard Hogan-Howe spotted the eye of the dragon's head on the lead boat, a sign of good luck.
The dragon's head may be the most important area for detail.
If you wear it with the dragon's head facing outward, your Naga bracelet will protect you," said Guy Bedarida, John Hardy's affable creative director.
The sport involves teams of up to 20 paddlers in a brightly-coloured 40-foot boat featuring a dragon's head at the front and tail at the back.
Youngsters at Unity City Academy supplied the home with the dragon's head and staff added material to make the rest of the body.
Work Title: The Great Wall Revisited From the Jade Gate to Old Dragon's Head
Old Dragon's Head, in eastern China, has a rather more obvious connection with the creature that gives it its name than Worm's Head, in Gower, which takes it name from the old English word for dragon.
The dragon boats themselves are 15-metre long "canoes" decorated with a dragon's head and tail.
PUSHING THE BOAT OUT: Members of Coventry's Chinese community work on a dragon boat for Saturday's fun event and (right) Lai Wah Bang puts the finishing touches to a dragon's head.
Canoe-like crafts made of fiberglass and wood are painted in splashy colors with a dragon's head at the bow and its tail along the stern.
Paths made with railway sleepers, vegetable beds created from reclaimed old stone slates , a willow and hazel arbour and a timber frame workshop with a galvanised roof and Welsh upland landscape flowers provide the setting for the garden's centrepiece, the large copper dragon's head created by carver and coppersmith Richard Taylor.
The three leg, 501 shoot-out format is loved by pub players and hated by professionals," said Simon Hall, Red Dragon's head of marketing, "because great players will be eliminated by unfancied opponents before they even have a chance to warm up.
A giant dragon's head loaned by the town's Chinese community added to the atmosphere.
Complete with a dragon's head, drummers beating time and crews paddling hard, the boats made an impressive sight.