Tarred

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Ado Ekiti - Demographics
... from the National Bank junction, through Erekesan and Ereguru to Ojumose was tarred in 1952 and the major road from Ajilosun through Ijigbo, Orereowu, Okesa and ... a section of Akure - Ilorin road, was tarred in 1956, the very welcome development was rendered in popular juju songs, one of which rang Baba wa te 'ri oda l'ado (Our fathers walked on tarred ...
Robert Roode - Professional Wrestling Career - Total Nonstop Action Wrestling - Feud With Eric Young (2006–2007)
... after that, after Eric Young lost a match against Team 3D, Roode and Brooks "tarred and feathered" Young ... "Humiliation match" at Hard Justice to Roode, in which the loser would be tarred and feathered ... Brooks ended up tarred and feathered while Roode just watched from the stage, and, afterwards, as she questioned his loyalty, his apparent bullying of her became a key storyline and side angle ...
Tarring And Feathering - Pop Culture
... In Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, the Dauphin and the Duke are tarred, feathered, and ridden on a rail in Pikesville after performing the Royal Nonesuch to a crowd that Jim ... the staff of an insane asylum being tarred and feathered ... and Sarah witnessing a British sailor being tarred and feathered by a Philadelphia mob ...
Tarring (rope) - Tarred Rigging Manufacture in 1913
... "The use of tarred rigging is now of less interest to the seafaring man than formerly because of the rapid and extensive development of steam power ... However, tarred rigging is used to-day on craft of various types to such an extent that the production of tarred goods is an important branch of the cordage industry ... It is conceded that the kiln-made article is superior for tarred rigging, and therefore it is used principally in making first quality tarred rope ...
Tarring And Feathering - History
... had taken refuge within the precincts of the Savoy, was tarred and feathered and taken in a wheelbarrow to the Strand, where he was tied to a maypole that stood by what is now Somerset House ... occurred in 1766 Captain William Smith was tarred, feathered, and dumped into the harbor of Norfolk, Virginia, by a mob that included the town's Mayor ... There is no known case of a person dying from being tarred and feathered in this period ...