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  • But it has become the closest thing the EPL has to Barcelona with its aesthetically pleasing tap-tap passing game and a tendency to score almost ballet-like goals, many of them off the magic left foot of striker Robin Van Persie, who leads the league with 18 goals.

    The London Clubs Aren't Dead Yet

  • Less stretch means stronger hooksets with any kind of tackle and also much better sensitivity; with superlines your “feel” for the movement of an underwater lure or the light tap-tap of a biting fish is substantially increased.

    The Great Braid Debate

  • She got on a tap-tap local van and arrived in the market of Kenscoff.

    Dr. Jane Aronson: WWO: Trusted and Valuable Resource in Haitian Community

  • She heard the mincing tap-tap of impractical shoes on the inside floors.

    Rogue Oracle

  • Everywhere you look at rush hour, there's a tap-tap overflowing with commuters.

    Ben Piven: Resilient Haitians Battle Chaos and Despair in Quest for Normalcy (VIDEOS)

  • Meet a mild-mannered tap-tap driver, Derrick Darius, whose vehicle has Wyclef Jean on the back, and hear from the artists who paint these windows unto the Haitian soul:

    Ben Piven: Resilient Haitians Battle Chaos and Despair in Quest for Normalcy (VIDEOS)

  • "For the people who live in the hills, it is a two-hour walk to the road, where they can catch a tap-tap," a Haitian bus, "and some of them have already been sick for two or three days, and they have to be carried to that road," said Heather Lorenzen of the group International Medical Corps as she was erecting tents to serve as a cholera treatment center in Gonaives in the Artibonite valley.

    Amid cholera outbreak in Haiti, a scramble to get soap

  • Not far away was an octagonal restaurant, where she could hear the tap-tap melody of a steel band, men and women dancing under Chinese lanterns that shivered in the breeze.

    Tell us we’re home

  • “I can hear you, Jared Munoz,” Mrs. Sauer said amidst the tap-tap of her keyboard.

    When Rose Wakes

  • A light tap-tap on the wall outside our bay announced the arrival of a man with a name tag; it read “Dion.”

    Sea Escape

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