I struggle to believe that anyone hasn't had that awkward moment of, after mumbling "excuse me" a couple of times, having to tap someone
on the shoulder to get them to move out your way.
When you have a former entertainer as president, perhaps it would be prudent to tap someone
from the entertainment industry--more specifically the reality television industry.
By transforming your firm today to accommodate the expectations of the leaders of tomorrow, you can ensure that when it is time to sell or tap someone
to take over, taking over your firm will not only be appealing but exciting.
When reboots are made, most productions tap someone
or several people from the original cast to appear in the modern remake.
As president, she probably would like to tap someone
younger, more liberal and of a more diverse background than the 63-year-old Garland, who was first nominated in March.
All the big mining companies who are destroying the environment, they have to stop, he said, indicating that he would tap someone
from the military to head the Department of Environment and Natural Resources and enforce his orders.
Joseph is a capital idea - to tap someone
to work for us while we have our rest.
It was a nice, hefty phone and I could use it to tap someone
on the head if they got too obnoxious.
He did not think, however, that Romney would tap someone
who adds strength in particular geographic regions.
The aim is to tap someone
on the head or knee while avoiding being tapped yourself.