Recent Examples of whiteboard from the Web
Early in their partnership Sanchez scribbled a list of history's best fighters on the gym's whiteboard.
A multiyear work plan is underway at Waldo Middle School, which this summer received fresh painting, new whiteboards and work on its front entry stairs, Childress said.
A sign on the door advertises chocolate milk for 50 cents, and debtors’ names appear on a whiteboard.
Replacing the district's chalkboards with whiteboards and modern projector devices is part of a nearly $4.75 million summertime capital improvement project that also includes the addition of modern furniture and enhanced security entrances.
Inside is a classroom, complete with whiteboards, desks, and open notebooks.
Ms. Hendren stands at a whiteboard, a prototype for the latest version starting to take shape.
Informal lounges designed for Google became large, whiteboard spaces for LinkedIn.
Three hours before game time Friday, a stadium official walked into the Angels’ clubhouse, grabbed a marker, and wrote in large letters on the whiteboard: ROOF OPEN.
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: a large board with a smooth white surface that can be written on with special markers
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