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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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We know she had to tap twice, because Hetty had to put out her candles and throw off her black lace scarf; but after the second tap the door was opened immediately.
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."
With the taps, visitors to Arnhem's city center are treated to free drinking water.
Designs will often give the option to choose temperature settings, and Platts notes that multi-step operating features are designed to help ensure the taps are safe to use (so you can't just acciden-tally flip on a flow of boiling water).
Gaston tap "It's also a current trend to invest in a tap which will add a touch of personality to your kitchen," says Simon.
You can also tap soft maples, birch, or box elder, but the end product will taste a bit different and the boiling process takes a little bit longer.
The different elements of your bathroom should go together, so if you have a period-style room, you need classic taps to suit that period, and if you've gone down the contemporary route, you need sleek, modern taps.
by Times News Service Tap dancing is usually performed in theatrical dance routines.
(NYSE: GIMO) said it has announced a new family of high-density network TAPs, the G-TAP M Series, a next-generation network TAP that extends the reach of Gigamon's Visibility Fabric while raising the industry bar for TAP port density.
DOES THE TP TP TP OF A DRIPPING TAP ALSO WORK ON YOUR NERVES?