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taping

[′tāp·iŋ]
(engineering)
The process of measuring distances with a surveyor's tape.

taping

Measuring distance on the ground with a tape or chain.
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Following on from defeating Pete Dunne at Friday's TV taping, WWE UK Champion Walter addressed the crowd alongside his new allies Marcel Barthel and Fabian Aichner.
Parocua said members in Nevada attended the taping to support fellow veterans who were contestants and support the programs military theme.
The guest viewpoint revived memories of the infamous 1996 secret taping of the Rev.
Her determination shines through daily as she crashes several tapings produced by Mr.
Forensic scientist Clare Lowrie told Swansea Crown Court that tapings from the left sleeve of the top contained a DNA profile matching that of 17-year-old student Aamir, pictured, who was fatally stabbed when he opened his front door in Ninian Park Road, Cardiff, in April 2010.
In December Winfrey made her first tapings outside North America, recording a series of episodes in Australia culminating in a finale at the specially renamed Sydney "Oprah House".
The building is attractive to major television tenants a source said because it has high floor loads, tall ceilings and few structural columns that could obstruct studio camera angles or impede the site lines of audiences that sit in during live studio tapings a combination of features that is rare among Manhattan office buildings.
The first couple of tapings are a disaster and Frost looks like a buffoon.
After the first couple of disastrous tapings, Frost gets under the skin of Nixon and incites him to lay himself bare before an audience of millions.
A WOMAN whose relationship with a priest was exposed after a newspaper used illegal tapings of her phone calls was awarded EUR90,000 yesterday.