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Among Maisin, tapa is related to norms and values about female sexuality, about how women should behave, and how they should physically move.
Tilla Tapa, which currently looks like a mound of soil, has 2,500 years of history," said Azimullah Rahmaneyar, head of Jawzjan department of information and culture.
DHL Express currently has 16 TAPA certified facilities in the Middle East region, with several more facilities planned for accreditation this year.
It is TAPA members such as DHL that take the security standards and methodologies and turns them into real-world best practices.
On the Tapas Revolution menu expect all the classics such as tortilla, croquetas de jamon, calamares or chorizo cooked in Asturian cider, and paella.
This week's port of call is Tinto Tapas, a place so authentically Spanish it has the full DVD collection of Only Fools and Horses showing on a telly behind the bar.
The restaurant was serving a special selection of 13 tapas which included five or 10 tapas at QR85 or QR160 per person, respectively.
Tapas En La Casa De Playa begins with a reception drink as well as bread and olives served on arrival.
But I doubt many Spanish tapas bars would run to beetroot and Yorkshire blue cheese, mini fish and chips, sweet and sour chicken or goat curry with chapatis.
The Rioja Wine & Tapas Festival , held at Chicago's historic Union Station, includes nearly 200 vibrant wines from Rioja, from Blancos to Rosados to Gran Reservas, and everything in between.
Bank to be turned into a tapas bar A FORMER bank in Conwy is to be transformed into a tapas bar, creating nine jobs in the process.
Muscat: Rumba Lattina's tapas menu isn't just about light bites, as a few plates make a generous meal with delicious flavours.