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Village women work alone or at the communal tapa house.
Tapa developed as a village probably in the 13th-14th centuries.
A sound hole is cut on the back side opposite the head or tapa.
Tapa or not, it is one of the best things the restaurant serves.
From that day on, Tapa grew quickly as a railroad town.
The area is also famous for its production of tapa cloth.
You can taste free samples standing up, or sit down inside and order a full tapa.
They are usually served hot, as an appetizer or tapa.
The price of a single tapa ranges from one to two euros.
"Like a dog combing the beach or a woman seeking a lost tapa."
I'm just off to have a cold beer and tapa or two on my local terraza.
If the tapa was donated to them by a chief or even the royal family, it is more valuable.
The fabric on the jersey shoulders and sleeves has a tapa design.
However many bars exist primarily to serve a purchased "tapa".
These early garments were made of native tapa, or bark cloth.
Various schools from around the world come to Spain annually to compete for the best tapa concept.
Its wood pulp can also be used to make paper, called breadfruit tapa.
Often the women of a whole village work together on a huge sheet of tapa.
It carries just a few pieces of tapa, mostly wall hangings.
In Spain, fried eggplant is frequently served as a tapa.
What's the difference between a tapa and an aperitivo?
Returning to the tapa she wrote furiously, splashing her name across it.
Balhadi pulled back the tapa that muffled the baby's face.
The permanent collection presents Tapa as a railway, military, and sausage town.
The tourist industry in Tonga uses a great deal of the tapa made by village women.
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