Insert the tab into this slot to close the box.
a notebook with index tabs
The tab on the zipper is broken.
He ran up a $200 bar tab.
He put the drinks on his tab. Verb
After you type your name in the first box, you can move to the next box by tabbing. See More
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The tech company already offers an Uber Taxi option that connects riders to taxicabs, but riders have to choose that tab and pay based on taxi meter fares.—Luz Lazo, Washington Post, 17 Nov. 2023 Here’s how in Gmail: Click on the gear icon, then select Settings
In the Filters and Blocked Addresses tab, scroll down and click Create a new filter.—WIRED, 12 Nov. 2023 But a slightly-too-loose employee could risk losing their job or being put on notice for running up a tab—especially if a company is operating on thin margins.—Jane Thier, Fortune, 9 Nov. 2023 In his effort to win the Republican presidential nomination, Ramaswamy has centered his foreign-policy strategy on combating the Chinese Communist Party, even dedicating an entire issues tab of his campaign website to declaring economic independence from Beijing.—Audrey Fahlberg, National Review, 7 Nov. 2023 These ultra-warm house shoes are also easy to get on and off, thanks to stretchy side panels and heel tabs.—Theresa Holland, Travel + Leisure, 6 Nov. 2023 Sift the dry ingredients, crack the eggs and mix the dough all with a simple pull of the board book’s tabs.—New York Times, 1 Nov. 2023 Once bemoaned as a source of recession worries, the U.S. economy has become a wellspring of good news: blistering growth, robust hiring and consumers opening their wallets for everything from concert tickets to bar tabs.—Max Zahn, ABC News, 1 Nov. 2023 The tab was $7.7 billion, a Wall Street Journal analysis of company disclosures and legal filings shows.—WSJ, 31 Oct. 2023
Orioles manager Brandan Hyde tabbed Kremer as the starter when the two spoke Sunday at breakfast.—Ryan Morik, Fox News, 10 Oct. 2023 Read full article During a recent interview with Men’s Health, Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana — largely considered the greatest QB in history before Brady’s ascension — tabbed another signal caller as the best football has seen.—Conor Ryan, BostonGlobe.com, 1 Sep. 2023 Three keys to East Central’s win Josh Ringer: The senior running back, tabbed as one of the top contenders for Indiana Mr. Football by the Indianapolis Star this month, set the tone by taking his first carry of the new season and running 53 yards for a touchdown.—James Weber, The Enquirer, 19 Aug. 2023 Last week, Bon Appetit included Kann in its annual restaurant guide, while Food & Wine tabbed a Texas restaurant with Portland ties as its Restaurant of the Year.—Mrussell, oregonlive, 19 Sep. 2023 The rookie was tabbed as the Arizona Diamondbacks' starting pitcher for Game 7 of the National League Championship Series on Tuesday night, so no one can blame him for being nervous.—Ryan Morik, Fox News, 25 Oct. 2023 The can tab charm is priced at $108 and created in recycled 14k gold.—Genevieve Cepeda, Peoplemag, 5 Oct. 2023 Alabama coach Nick Saban has tabbed Jalen Milroe as the starting quarterback for the season opener Saturday, Sept. 2, against Middle Tennessee.—Mark Heim | Mheim@al.com, al, 2 Sep. 2023 Matula said the only actor currently tabbed to be part of the project is Corbin Bernsen as the present-day Clyde.—Brad Townsend, Dallas News, 26 June 2023 See More
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