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All of Shur's puppets are made from corrugated cardboard.
The clean lines are clad in corrugated metal and interrupted only by three long windows and two skylights.
The space is light and bright thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows that make up the north and west walls of the store, the pale acid-yellow paint on the east wall and a corrugated metal ceiling.
An unpaved alley lined with corrugated-tin fencing led to the back entrance.
The exterior is clad in corrugated metal sheets and textured plywood.
His former workshop, a low building of corrugated iron, sits on Refshale island, a once-bustling shipyard and industrial area across from downtown Copenhagen.
Christopher Scott Murillo’s scenic design, hauntingly illuminated by lighting designer Paul Canaletti Jr., is cramped with oversize water jugs, corrugated panels, umbrellas, plastic sheeting and an elevated bed.
Under the rusty corrugated metal roof of this cramp, drafty barn-like structure originated my earliest memories of having a home.
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Definition of corrugated for English Language Learners
: having a wavy surface
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