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Yes, washi tape is cute and that should be a good enough reason to get some.
Using a flexible tailors measuring tape you should wrap the tape around the circumference of your hand around the palm.
There are mask mandates and tape around desks, an attempt to ensure that no one breaches the six-foot social-distancing rule.
In the 45 cases we examined, the harshest penalty any officer received was a loss of 15 vacation days — for punching a teenager and knocking him unconscious in an incident caught on tape that went viral.
We’ve often speculated that guys who don’t have much tape might have an unexpected advantage in that first game out.
LAMAR JACKSON, THE BROWNS AND SLIME WON THE NFL’S WILD-CARD WEEKENDSARA ZIEGLER (SARA.ZIEGLER@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)JANUARY 11, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
There were times when technicians fed in the wrong training tapes and times on both sides when someone would see a flock of birds on the radar and think it was an incoming missile or an aircraft.
In 2009, a former CNN intern stumbled across a video tape in the archives labeled with the title, “Turner Doomsday Video.”
There's a wide silver tape for that, which is not expensive.
Wilkie had the staff at the District hospital pull surveillance tape from the Goldstein incident.
Tight ends coach Pete Hoener loved what he saw on game tape of Thomas, then with the Detroit Lions, and thought, “This guy was ready to ascend,” Rivera added.

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