I stood with a tape recorder, listening to men denounce the liberal media controlled by Jews.
Prosecutors also played for jurors what they described as a tape of Jeffs sexually assaulting a 12-year-old.
The authorities did speak to Bobby Davis before the tape was made in 2002.
A tape recording and pictures of the incident back up her account.
The interview will tape on Wednesday, but an air date has not yet been decided.
The leads may be covered with tape to prevent any short circuit.
They were cheering her, and praising her work—for it was the tape she had run against.
Later on, towards morning, he was ordered to find some tape.
Sornal came to the end of the tape, then scrabbled about and found the beginning.
Matt crossed the tape a winner by fifteen feet and Prescott put its head in its hands and groaned.
Old English tæppe "narrow strip of cloth used for tying, measuring, etc.," of uncertain origin, perhaps a back-formation from Latin tapete "carpet." The original short vowel became long in Middle English.
Tape recorder "device for recording sound on magnetic tape" first attested 1932; from earlier meaning "device for recording data on ticker tape" (1892), from tape in the sense of "paper strip of a printer" (1884). Tape-measure is attested from 1873; tape-delay is from 1968.
c.1600, from tape (n.); meaning "to make a tape recording" is from 1950. Related: Taped; taping.
To improvise, tergiversate, etc, in order to hide one's ignorance: I didn't read the poop sheet, so I had to tap dance when the question came (1970s+ Army)