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- n. Alternative spelling of tarpaper.
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- n. a heavy paper impregnated with tar and used as part of a roof for waterproofing
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A few yards down the road was a frame café sporting twin antique Coca-Cola disks on either end of a faded sign that said SAL’S and a crowing-cock weather vane atop a tar paper roof.
His dreary, wet Manchester sky above pelted my red-tiled and tar paper L.A. rooftops below, falling on a girl with a jet-black, slicked-back bob haircut, black eyeliner, pushup bra, denim jean shorts, fishnet tights, and ass-kicking Doc Martens.
The roof was tar paper and bald in several piaces, the windows framed by warped casements.