backing board


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backing board

[′bak·iŋ ‚bȯrd]
(building construction)
In a suspended acoustical ceiling, a flat sheet of gypsum board to which acoustical tile is attached by adhesive or mechanical means.

backing board

In a suspended acoustical ceiling, a flat sheet of gypsum board to which acoustical tile is attached by adhesive or mechanical means.
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20m strip of lace Hot melt mini glue gun and sticks Blank card inserts Printer (or a pen) Heart pegs Decorations of your choice 1 Carefully unclip the back of your picture frame, removing the backing board and glass - you don't need the glass, so put it to one side.
BACKING BOARD Blaydon MP Dave Anderson is against the Government's proposals to scrap the Agricultural Wages Board
Cut them to size then stretch the material taut and staple it to the backing board.
Cut them to size, then stretch the material taut and staple to the backing board.
As my office is totally cluttered, I took the frame into a bedroom, lay it on the bed and used a screwdriver to ease up the clasps holding the backing board.
I grabbed some paper targets and a backing board, got in the Jeep, and drove to my tree stand, where I set up the targets at the spot the deer was standing, went up into the stand, and benchrested several groups from there.
Wet clay is spread to a depth of a couple of inches across a wooden backing board, a design is "pricked out" using a paper pattern and then petals and other items are placed in the areas laid out by the design.
Given the proper materials, the information presented here is certainly within the abilities of high-school students, and some of the decisions, such as choosing mat colors, would even be of interest to young students just using backing board.
Brackets can be mounted on window frames, or a backing board can be installed across the window.
Jess Wignell Ching wetting out the backing board with hot water in preparation for a backing removal from an artwork
thick backing board that is secured to the rear of the cabinet.