catface


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catface

A rough depression, flaw, or blemish in a plaster finish coat.
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The conditions called cracking and catface are both caused by environmental conditions, not insects or disease.
The MOU was signed in April and allows for the exploration of copper on Catface Mountain on Ahousaht territory.
Many of these spare, crisp stories center around an unusual experience precipitated by the narrator's encounters with odd people, like a roommate named Catface who eats the food the narrator had intended to feed his three-legged dog, or another roommate who kidnaps his landlady, then slices himself in two under a freight train.