tap for

tap for

v.
To select someone for something, such as an appointment to an office: The mayor tapped his top aide for the position of communications director.
See also: tap
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Nasdaq:INTZ), ("Intrusion") announced today its SecureNet 10 Gigabit-per-second Ethernet Tap for customers needing inline, high-speed intrusion and spyware prevention with automatic failover protection.
Devika, another Indian contact from Rhoda Grauer of the Asia Society, organized gigs for me to tap for children, teenagers, students at the Indian Institute of Technology (their equivalent of M.
When his good friend Soman, a powerful journalist of Kerala, discovered that my tap could be "topical," he staged a demonstration at the Secretariat, the seat of government, so I could tap for the people.
Tap breakage can be caused by everything from improper selection of tap for material and threading application to a missing tap drill hole on multiple spindle applications on transfer lines.
Norwood Immunology has licensed its immunology intellectual property to TAP for commercialization in the United States, utilizing TAP's GnRH analogue, Lupron Depot(R) (leuprolide acetate for depot suspension).
Under the terms of this exclusive license agreement, Norwood has licensed its immunology intellectual property to TAP for commercialization in the United States, utilizing TAP's GnRH analogue, Lupron Depot(R).
AMEX:BDR) a manufacturer of electronics and systems equipment for the franchised and private cable television industries, today announced that it collaborating with Lindsay Electronics in the development of an affordable addressable tap for sale to the cable television industry.
Finisar Systems, a Division of Finisar Corporation (Nasdaq: FNSR), a technology leader in gigabit fiber optic solutions for high-speed data and telecommunication networks, today announced the First Customer Shipment of the Fiber Tap IL/8, a new 8-port fault tolerant, passive in-line tap for Gigabit Ethernet and Fibre Channel networks.
Shomiti Systems, the technology leader in Network QoS, today announced the Fiber Tap IL/8, a new 8-port fault tolerant, passive in-line tap for Gigabit Ethernet and Fibre Channel networks.