Of the $700 billion originally allocated by Congress under the tarp program, "only" $493 billion was ever deployed.
Further, the firm had already received $10 billion in tarp money and was sitting on $100 billion in cash.
The firm paid back $10 billion of tarp loans, but held onto an additional $54 billion in public gifts.
The unfinished construction is covered by what appears to be a tarp, she said.
And tarp conspiracy theorists, take note: He has his savings and checking accounts at Citibank.
Both ends of the tarp are left bare, of course, for the bedding is shorter than the tarp.
The tarp is simple and cheap and is easily accommodated to circumstances.
We hastily rigged a tarp on a pair of oars spliced for a mast, and proceeded at a care-free pace.
I remained under the tarp, and as Creed was going my way I let him do the driving.
Johnson had spread his tarp about thirty yards removed from his men.
A native or resident of North Carolina
[1864+; origin uncertain; perhaps fr the gummy resins of the pine barrens, which would cling to their feet; perhaps because a North Carolina unit that lost a hilltop position in the Civil War was jestingly told they had not tarred their heels to make them stick]