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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.
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As I said those words with confidence, her tapping abruptly stopped.
Her books on maple tapping and making maple syrup can be found on Amazon or at www.MapleTapper.com.
When my erection was finished I zipped up my pants and took my unbroken tapping stick down the alley to the sewage drain where I used to tap before I discovered all the tapping surfaces and the panoramic view on the roof.
From this point of view, tapping using normal tap provides the smallest chips.
Maple syrup was last picked up in the 2002 Census of Agriculture, which indicates that the number of farms tapping maple trees increased from 5 in 1997 to 26 farms in 2002.
In effect, the image says, "I know you have stolen my Beat and claimed it as yours, and there is nothing I can do about it, but I will keep on tapping to My Beat." Deferring to White folks, going along with the program, has been a long-time survival strategy employed by many Blacks.
Repetition of both words and signs caused a significantly greater drop in right-handed tapping than left-handed tapping.
This is greatly aided by adding fluxes prior to tapping and leaving power on as long as possible prior to tap.
In the case of the HSS tap it is obvious that breakage occurred on one flute of the tap after tapping 20 holes.
Over the past few months we've been discussing tapping. Now let's take a look at threads from another perspective--milling.
His loose, authoritative tapping seemed to come naturally to his warm, physical Champion Roper, and critics singled him out.
That amount of syrup would require tapping about 60 healthy maple trees, each at least 12 inches in diameter 4-1/2 feet above ground.