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daub

an unskilful or crude painting

daub

1. A material such as clay, mortar, mud, or plaster (often mixed with straw), used as infilling between logs, as a coating over walls, or as plaster in wattle-and-daub.
2. To coat roughly with plaster or mud.
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Daub can see his front door is wide open, the door-frame broken and the intruder is already well into the living room.
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According to Daub, the awards "demonstrate our ability to combine creativity with consumer knowledge, innovation and technical know-how.
Detailliert erhellt Daub die Bedeutungen dieser Performanz, die immer vielschichtig, ambivalent und widerspruchlich erscheint.
The new Daub Energy Recovery System for bakers and food manufacturers has been launched by the Kaak Group, the world's largest suppliers of bakery equipment.
I haven't seen a daub of beef since Aunt Maggie died.
The company, which develops and markets alcoholic drinks including Trump vodka, said that Jeffrey Daub will assume the position, and will be charged with handling accounting functions, controls and financial reporting.
Mr O'Conner, a member of the Swansea-based arts and film body Undercurrents, said, 'They had planned to daub the National Assembly but it was decided the security was too tight there.
Hal Daub, president and chief executive officer of the American Health Care Association, called Thompson "a true champion for the frail, elderly and disabled populations our member organizations serve.
Sally Daub, CEO and president of ViXS Systems, said, "Major ODMs and OEMs are clearly interested in putting high-quality digital video products in the hands of consumers as soon as possible.
has a really vibrant and diverse independent media," Daub says.