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parge coat, pargeting, pargework

1. Elaborate plasterwork; especially an ornamental facing for plaster walls decorated with figures in low relief.
2. The interior lining of a chimney flue used to improve its fire protection and to provide a smooth surface.
3. A coat of cement mortar on the face of rough masonry construction.

placard

A notice placed in aircraft in plain sight of the appropriate aircrew that gives information, usually regarding aircraft operation. Normally, this information relates to aircraft limitations and maintenance specifications. The figures on these placards are referred to as placard values.
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Oh, my prostrate friends, with the galling yoke of tyrants on your necks and the iron foot of despotism treading down your fallen forms into the dust of the earth, upon which right glad would your oppressors be to see you creeping on your bellies all the days of your lives, like the serpent in the garden - oh, my brothers, and shall I as a man not add, my sisters too, what do you say, now, of Stephen Blackpool, with a slight stoop in his shoulders and about five foot seven in height, as set forth in this degrading and disgusting document, this blighting bill, this pernicious placard, this abominable advertisement; and with what majesty of denouncement will you crush the viper, who would bring this stain and shame upon the God-like race that happily has cast him out for ever
Still, the old gentleman stood there, glancing from placard to placard, and Nicholas could not forbear raising his eyes to his face again.
Bert Smallways that a newspaper placard proclaimed:--
My instructions are, Copperfield, to put this placard on your back.
What I suffered from that placard, nobody can imagine.
Peggotty's, or of travelling outside the stage-coach, or of dining again with my unfortunate friend the waiter, and in all these circumstances making people scream and stare, by the unhappy disclosure that I had nothing on but my little night-shirt, and that placard.
The advice-giver took himself off, and they continued their stroll; but so great was the press of the boys and people to read the placard, that Don Antonio was forced to remove it as if he were taking off something else.
Parade-goers marched on with rainbow flags and placards, with messages in support of the LGBTQ community.
Since the inception of states restaurant placarding program in 2014, the DOHs Food Safety Program has conducted more than 26,000 inspections and issued more than 4,500 Yellow Conditional Pass placards for major food safety violations.
While serving a search warrant at Bradley's home, deputies said they found two handicap placards that were issued to two persons who were dead - one of them died in 2012 while the other in 2015.
In accordance with the measure, the Disability Affairs Office of every local government unit should issue permanent or temporary handicapped-parking placards to PWDs.
All MES students participated in the assembly, holding placards in support of His Highness the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani and Qatar.