tap of the button selects one unit, while a double tap selects all units of the same type.
After twenty-nine meetings, Birkett drafted a report which he passed on to Parliament supporting the use of telephone
taps and noting their effectiveness.
Norman Birkett, 1st Baron Birkett
Aided in his work by his family, friends, and a wide circle of correspondents across Britain and worldwide, Darwin
tapped into the contemporary vogue for growing exotic orchids.
Fertilisation of Orchids
An animated presence at the batting crease, he constantly adjusted his equipment and clothing, and restlessly
tapped his bat on the ground as the bowler ran in.
tap water has been ranked among the best in the country, and Boston is one of five cities in the country with tap water pure enough to be exempt from Environmental Protection Agency filtration requirements.
Brodeur had previously
tapped the puck behind his net, stopping an attempted wrap-around by a Philadelphia Flyer.
By 1997, the skill was further increased to allow him to
tap into Batman's supercomputer, and the Justice League Watchtower.
By clicking and dragging the cursor, the player performs actions such as pushing, pulling, and
Myst IV: Revelation
Dilute solutions of acetic acids are also used as a stop bath during the development of photographic films, and in descaling agents to remove limescale from
taps and kettles.
Electricity was installed in the 1930s, and the only other visible modern innovations are the coldwater
tap – installed to prevent the local council condemning the cottage in the late 1970s – and an inside toilet.
Governments in Europe and the United States
tapped strategic reserves of gasoline and petroleum, and shortages were reported in the days after Katrina in areas heavily dependent on the Gulf of Mexico for refined gasoline.
2005 Atlantic hurricane season
He had his telegrapher
tap the telegraph lines and send false messages indicating he was heading for Indianapolis to free Confederate prisoners of war held at Camp Morton.
Battle of Corydon
He was later
tapped as the national sevens coach.
In 1955, former residents of nations behind the Iron Curtain were allowed to
tap the bell as a symbol of hope and encouragement to their compatriots.
In 1965, ABC News
tapped him to anchor its flagship evening news program.
In Battle Mode, when the player
taps the attack button, a wire frame sphere appears around Ashley.
In order to further enhance the appeal of its new flagship product, in 1993 the firm established a Communication Services division, designed to
tap into the commercial market.
In some cases the aphids secrete the honeydew in response to ants
tapping them with their antennae.
In the 18th century, Shakespeare became associated with rising British nationalism, and Boydell
tapped into the same mood that many other entrepreneurs were exploiting.
Boydell Shakespeare Gallery
In the 1998 legislative session, he proposed a $100 million bond issue to fund the Research Challenge Trust Fund, a fund that the state's universities could
tap to hire researchers for special projects.
Paul E. Patton
Initially intended for clerical tasks handling classified material, the WACs were soon
tapped for technical and scientific tasks as well.
taps on trees to find insect larvae, then gnaws holes in the wood and inserts its elongated middle finger to pull the larvae out.
Later, Saint Anthony Falls was
tapped to provide power for flour mills.
Manning did not share her husband's political beliefs, but was quite aware that their phone was being
tapped and feared that his open support for Communism would lead to him being sacked from the BBC.