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caulking, calking

1.A resilient mastic compound, often having a silicone, bituminous, or rubber base; used to seal cracks, fill joints, prevent leakage, and/or provide waterproofing; also see caulking compound.
2. Another term for cogging.
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To achieve this standard, a plan must be developed that will include inspection and maintenance of roof, gutters, scuppers, down spouts, flashing, roof drains, proper window sealing, painting and calking of joints and skylights, and much more.
In the opening quarter BTT went on the rampage calking up a score of 33 to FPI 16, the second quarter was even better as the piled on the pressure notching up another 35 points to FPI 3 going into the first half.
calking Taylor's "homology between Gabriel's studio techniques and the horrors of European colonialism" a "dubious leap" (p.
As the town cleans up the polychlorinated biphenyls found in window calking in classrooms, students in Grades 3 through 5 have been bused all year to Glenwood Elementary School in neighboring Rutland, which is also part of the Wachusett Regional School District.