He said it was taped to mailboxes all over his neighborhood.
Equally strange, the whole episode was taped and shown on national television.
In a video he taped to explain the move, Obama vowed that only fire could fight fire.
I taped it every week and transcribed the sketches and watched them back.
So he was not helped when he was recently taped snarling “Excuse me, EXCUSE ME!”
The device was taped to the turtle; the free end of the thread was tied to a stationary object.
They started the telecasts which had been filmed and taped on the voyage from Gimli.
I have stated previously, if I was taped it was during a conversation going on that they taped me.
They recalled and taped and sifted all the gossip they had heard.
Scarf is a kind of dhootie made usually with a taped or corded border.
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.
A person who ''tap dances'': He considered himself a tap dancer because he was very agile at gliding away from any sticky situation (1970s+)
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)