the conditioning of the body through the proper kinds and amounts of diet, rest, bodily training, meditation, etc., to bring it to the greatest possible state of creative power.
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How to use tapas in a sentence
Served tapas style, an ABSOLUT vodka cocktail accompanied each plate.
She and her father once owned a successful Spanish tapas restaurant in central Athens, but it went bankrupt in 2010.
With a name that means “beauty of wine,” Beaudevin is another tapas bar with a vast selection of wines.Delayed? The Best Airport Restaurants to Eat at This Thanksgiving | Brandy Zadrozny | November 27, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Along with describing his farm-fresh ingredients and “figs at the peak of their ripeness” on his track “tapas.”2 Chainz, Snoop Lion, and More Rappers in the Kitchen | Filipa Ioannou | August 12, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Doug Tiller (the original Morning Glory, Mercury Espresso) is behind the 40-seat tapas lounge.
Ere long he returned with tapas, the sun god having declared that Varanasi would be a worthy husband for his daughter.Indian Myth and Legend | Donald Alexander Mackenzie
For one or two days he did moderate his pace and Hina rejoiced in the lovely tapas she was able to make.Legends of Wailuku | Charlotte Hapai
Sakra, afraid of human tapas and trying to prevent its earning by every means, is a well-known figure in Indian mythology.The Gtakaml | rya Sra
Hibiscus flowers or delicate ferns were dipped in these colors and impressed on the tapas in elegant designs.White Shadows in the South Seas | Frederick O'Brien
The bed tapas are from three to five large sheets placed one above another, and are very warm and comfortable.Scenes in the Hawaiian Islands and California | Mary Evarts Anderson
British Dictionary definitions for tapas
light snacks or appetizers, usually eaten with drinks
(as modifier): a tapas bar
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