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tap

  1. a FINANCIAL SECURITY such as a government STOCK which can always be obtained on demand because there is continuous supply
  2. the issue of TREASURY BILLS and government BONDS which are sold directly to government departments as opposed to being sold on the open market.
References in classic literature ?
And here it is: you tap him once with that baby crowbar, and I'll tap you hard enough to lose me my job and to send you to hospital.
The furnace is tilted completely forward to drain away all remaining slag, then tilted backward to provide a better view of the bottom, The doors are opened to permit smoke and fumes to escape so the furnace can be inspected for damage on the banks, bottom, roof and around the tap hole or any other location where repairs may be needed.
If your bath has two tap holes, you don't have to have separate taps - most bath mixers are designed for two holes.
Both taps create an ID thread, but a roll tap is a stronger tool and has the advantage of not producing chips.
When Imagine Tap opens July 11 for a four week run in Chicago's 1525-seat Harris Theater, it will be the biggest tap dance event since Bring in 'Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk.
Production Number - which brought a $150 award and a trophy - was given to an ensemble of students for their tap production ``Mash Boogie.
The quality of the materials and finish of a tap is very important when it comes to good water flow, ease of cleaning and maintenance, and long-term value," says Simon.
Tap is his home base, with hip hop, jazz, modern, and even some ballet moves sliding into his combinations.
What are the most important things for a tap dancer to know?