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Players dragged family members to safety, holding plywood against broken windows and ignoring the rain as their homes caved in around them.
Take this opportunity to help hang plywood, loan a drill, give a tip on where to find batteries.
The affected islands are in need of water and food, as well as medical supplies, tarpaulins, plywood, clothing, and cash.
Originally the McConkeys wanted to keep the containers’ plywood floors, but they were too beaten up to save, so the couple found laminate wood flooring at Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore.
Then the winds popped off the large plywood covering the front sliding glass doors.
Upstairs, the bedrooms are all white, and downstairs, the kitchen is covered in black plywood, lacquer, and granite while the bathroom is clad from top to bottom in black tiles; a series of mirrors creates a multiplying, trippy effect.
People squabble at gas stations over dwindling fuel and throw punches over the cost of plywood.
At the close of opening day, a few dozen people gathered on the south end of the lake around a bonfire of plywood and Christmas trees and car hoods crowned by a larger-than-life papier-mâché sturgeon.
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First Known Use of plywood
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Definition of plywood for English Language Learners
: a strong board that is made by gluing together thin sheets of wood
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