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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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The difference between the two," Dauber goes on to say, "diminishes when it comes to living the emotional complexities of conflicts posed by their rapidly changing worlds.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is a relatively recent creation, but, as Dauber shows, federal disaster assistance stretches back to the early days of the Republic when Congress began to provide help for the victims of the New Madrid earthquakes of 1811-12 and during the War of 1812.
My agent said, `We better get you in,''' recalls Fagerbakke who played that same Dauber for eight seasons opposite Craig T.
In a longitudinal study of 293 third and fifth graders in 14 classrooms in Baltimore City schools, teachers' efforts to involve parents were found to have significant positive effects on student reading achievement from fall to spring, even after controlling for teacher quality, students' initial achievement, parents' education, parents' improved understanding of the school program, and the quality of students' homework (Epstein & Dauber, 1991).
All of which leads to the question: Is this the forced bravado of an inveterate dauber who, seduced by a medium he doesn't have the raw talent to master, must perpetually surround his practice with a preemptive air of superiority?
Strolling through a crowded bingo hall, you'll see cards surrounded by rosary beads, medals and scapulars doubling as bingo chips, and maybe even a plastic Jesus dauber, praise God.
From maggot and dirt dauber to various manifestations of devil, demigod, beast and divinity, Komunyakaa explores the majesty of the worlds human beings inhabit, worrying the lines between modern and ancient Greek and Hindu mythologies in a celebration of the imagination.
Jeremy Dauber is assistant professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures at Columbia University, specializing in Yiddish literature.
The company also promoted Mel Moses to senior vice president of sales and Jeff Dauber to vice president of national accounts.
Patients with congestive heart failure are prone to fluid retention, which is what causes the symptoms of congestion, such as difficulty breathing and leg and body swelling, that characterize congestive heart failure," says Dauber.
We look forward to partnering with them to ensure midstream market success now and in the future," said Charles Dauber, President and CEO, AETI.
At the start of the third quarter, Williams made yet another change at wing attack, this time moving goal shooter Rachel Dauber out wide.