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TAPETechnical and Project Engineering LLC (management tools)
TAPETape Automatic Preparation Equipment
TAPETactical Air Power Evaluation
TAPETechnical Advisory Panel for Electronics
TAPETarget Profile Examination
TAPETentative Annual Planning Estimate
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Now if you think you can baste two rows of white tape round the bottom of your pink skirt and keep it straight by the checks, I'll stitch them on for you and trim the waist and sleeves with pointed tape-trimming, so the dress'll be real pretty for second best.
I was the accomplished graduate of a dry goods store, where, by dint of ministering to the whims of fine ladies, and suiting silken hose to delicate limbs, and handling satins, ribbons, chintzes calicoes, tapes, gauze, and cambric needles, I grew up a very ladylike sort of a gentleman.
Heat-activated pressure-sensitive adhesive tape is a continuous foam tape using a heat activated adhesive on one side of the foam to bond to the elastomer extrusion.
The first line of defense was the use of faster and larger tape drives.
I can envision counselors and educators using this tape to educate family and friends about addiction, as well as professionals in related fields who have limited experience working with people in recovery.
Most tape backup systems can, if the user wishes, back up only files that have changed since the last backup.
Most agencies either informed suspects that a tape was being made or simply left the camera or microphone in plain view during the interrogation.
But despite these advancements, the market has taken clear steps over the past couple of years away from tape and toward disk for backup and recovery.
Track following servo systems have kept the industry on track to achieve 1 terabyte of storage on a commercial single reel tape cartridge within the next few years.