Their slow-motion slapfight on the Tarmac certainly showed that.
The couple were met on the Tarmac by Tony Abbott, the prime minister.
Know this, my fellow Americans: The romance ends on the Tarmac.
“Unhappy” about her wait on the Tarmac, she took to Twitter to voice her irritation.
Her Tarmac stunt pandered to a Tea Party-sympathetic electorate just as the Tea Party is declining in popularity in Arizona.
He looked at the two-place sailplane which sat on the Tarmac.
On this Tarmac was a flight of shining airplanes, ready to take off.
Something was squatting on the Tarmac close to the petrol tank.
Far underneath he saw the clearing, and two airplanes on the Tarmac, the aviators looking like beetles from that height.
He stepped down to the Tarmac and his head turned from side to side as his eyes gulped the field's distances.
1903 as a trademark name, short for tarmacadam (1882) "pavement created by spraying tar over crushed stone," from tar (n.1) + John Latin McAdam (see macadam). By 1919, tarmac was being used generally in Great Britain for "runway."