the conditioning of the body through the proper kinds and amounts of diet, rest, bodily training, meditation, etc., to bring it to the greatest possible state of creative power.
noun, Usually, tapas.
(especially in Spain) a snack or appetizer, typically served with wine or beer.
the bark of the paper mulberry.
Also called tapa cloth. a cloth of the Pacific islands made by pounding this or similar barks flat and thin, used for clothing and floor covering.
light snacks or appetizers, usually eaten with drinks
(as modifier): a tapas bar
the inner bark of the paper mulberry
a paper-like cloth made from this in the Pacific islands
noun 1. a signal bell giving a single ring, as one announcing the approach to a certain floor of an elevator.
noun 1. a bolt for driving into a tapped hole in metal and that can be held in place without a nut.
verb (used without object), tap-danced, tap-dancing. 1. to perform a tap dance. noun 1. a dance in which the rhythm or rhythmical variation is audibly tapped out with the toe or heel by a dancer wearing shoes with special hard soles or with taps. noun 1. a step dance in which the performer wears shoes […]
noun 1. a long, narrow strip of linen, cotton, or the like, used for tying garments, binding seams or carpets, etc. 2. a long, narrow strip of paper, metal, etc. 3. a strip of cloth, paper, or plastic with an adhesive surface, used for sealing, binding, or attaching items together; adhesive tape or masking tape. […]