Recent Examples of wallboard from the Web
Impressively, all students are receiving vocational education instruction in tool identification and use, tool safety and basic construction skills, framing and wallboard installation.
If any cash-flow problems loomed, word had not reached the workers who bustled around the house on Tuesday, repainting the stoop, doing wiring and installing wallboard.
The piles up and down this street, and along many other nearby streets — shards of wallboard and mildewing carpet, artificial flowers and computer monitors — stand taller than some people.
His 12-year-old son, Isaiah, had spent the previous day ripping damaged wallboard from neighbors’ houses.
Firefighters said they are particularly worried about fire risk before the installation of interior wallboard, sprinklers and alarms that help protect residents.
Their pale fluctuating grids are made from incised wallboard whose tiny squares have been stained different shades of gray.
Foundation Building Materials Inc., a distributor of items including wallboard, metal framing and ceiling systems, has filed for an initial public offering.
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First Known Use of wallboard
WALLBOARD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of wallboard for English Language Learners
: building material that is used for making walls and ceilings and that is made of large sheets of plaster covered with thick paper
WALLBOARD Defined for Kids
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