Even it the deal goes through, that $70 billion in AIG tarp money remains due.
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.
Of the $700 billion originally allocated by Congress under the tarp program, "only" $493 billion was ever deployed.
Both ends of the tarp are left bare, of course, for the bedding is shorter than the tarp.
I remained under the tarp, and as Creed was going my way I let him do the driving.
We hastily rigged a tarp on a pair of oars spliced for a mast, and proceeded at a care-free pace.
The tarp is simple and cheap and is easily accommodated to circumstances.
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]