short tap

short tap

The normal tap of an icon on a virtual screen. For details, see long press.
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It's far better when the ball goes out for the player to take a short tap to a teammate.
Bradford began to exert pressure, but quick thinking by Stuart Morton saw him take a short tap from a 22 drop out.
The Preston striker rifled home from close range after Paul McKenna's short tap to Graham Alexander was flicked up by the acting Preston skipper and flight-ed over the hapless Burnley defence.
A short tap or a short flash of light is a dot; a longer one is a dash.
All of the attending analysts and senior executives were surprised to receive a pair of tap dancing shoes at the end of the evening, whereupon they were taught a short tap dance routine by Ms.
The project will include the construction of a new substation and a short tap line to an existing 345 kV transmission line.
All it should take is a few short taps to loosen or tighten the wheel nut.
This session will look at how outside plant problems, such as short taps, crosstalk noise from other circuits, MDU/MTU wiring and home wiring configurations, impact VDSL2 data rates, and discusses which ones can be prevented and how to provide a buffer for future service assurance.

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