Definition of tarp
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The players for Juventus and Real Madrid went back into the locker rooms as a giant tarp was pulled over the field by dozens of soldiers in uniform.
David Goffin’s French Open ended when he got hurt by tripping on a tarp during a point.
Reynolds Wrap has a tarp rolled out during rain delays that resembles the foil.
Items exempt from the state’s sales tax this weekend include ice packs, flashlights, fuel containers, batteries, tarps, tie-down kits, generators and radios, among other common storm purchases.
Here, naked light bulbs glow inside tents and the dwellings — little more than plastic tarps strung between wooden poles — seem isolating.
Google has whipped the tarp off of Android, its open-source mobile operating system.
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