- n. Plural form of tarball.
“I've created a subdirectory in there called tarballs, which holds the MySQL tarball that we downloaded above which MySQL Sandbox will extract for setup.”
“Small "tarballs" had appeared before, Mayor Jeff Collier said, but these were different: they were sticky "tar patties," as big as a flattened palm.”
“I'm a long time Windows user and I couldn't for the life of me figure out how to install these "tarballs".”
“Island and 'tarballs' on Long Beach, "said Petty Officer Erik Swanson.”
“In a recent walk on the beach he saw tarballs, which he suspects were linked to the BP spill.”
“The study, released on Tuesday by the school's engineering department, showed that tarballs churned to the surface by Tropical Storm Lee and deposited along Alabama beaches this month had "essentially identical" chemical composition as samples taken from mats after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.”
“Thomas said when asked by a woman at the demonstration why tarballs on Mississippi's West Ship Island hadn't been removed, I explained that BP was in the process of cleaning that area when we were ordered out by the Park Service because the nesting season was getting under way.”
“I crossed the line, followed by about 15 other people, and gave BP's tarballs back to them -- a whole box of them that had been picked up on Gulf beaches that day.”
“The tarballs are so plentiful on the beach that they are seldom more than an inch apart from each other on shore.”
“Researchers expressed concern, however, about dangers to shore birds that can probe subsurfaces and swallow tarballs.”
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