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corkboard

[′kȯrk‚bȯrd]
(materials)
Board made of compressed cork.

corkboard

Cork granules molded to shape, compressed, and baked in a rectangular block or board shape or sheet form; usually 6 to 12 lb per cu ft (96 to 192 kg per cu m) in density; used for thermal insulation and vibration control.
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And, just like a traditional corkboard, The Cork Board Page will host a wide variety of advertisers.
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With pencil in hand, I put design to paper: a desk with a large hardwood work surface for coloring and homework down the road; a rolling keyboard tray to hang beneath the work surface, with large, enclosed storage units on either side; two small bookshelves and a corkboard for posting notes; and connected to the desk, a toy box complete with hinged lid and cushioned surface, sturdy enough to sit on.
The Flyerboard technology uses a community corkboard motif to allow local businesses easy access to advertising on the Web.
The tiles function as a dry-erase board, corkboard, fabric-covered tackboard, chalkboard and pegboard.
You know how the detectives on TV have a corkboard with pictures of the perps?
Floor-to-ceiling corkboard like Knoll covered walls serve as canvases for internal brainstorming, design, and presentations.
With the traditional look of an original corkboard, the virtual pinboard can be supersized for users of sites such as Facebook and MySpace.
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I pause at the easel supporting a corkboard full of pictures and study Bobby in his other lives, as a toddler beside a lopsided snowman, in an elementary school portrait with its late-eighties spacegrid background that makes him look like a character out of a videogame.