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daub

an unskilful or crude painting
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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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Established in 2006 to honor individuals with a long history of support to CHSC, Dauby Award winners are recognized for their positive impact on people in our Cleveland, Ohio community who experience hearing loss; speech, language, or learning disorders; and/or deafness.
Dauby, N., Chamekh, M., Melin, P., Slogrove, A.L., & Goetghebuer, T.
Randall Dauby, CEO of Hamilton Memorial Hospital in rural McLeansboro, 111., has had this troubling scenario in the back of his mind since 2008, when the hospital financed a major redevelopment and expansion with $18.5 million in variable-rate bonds backed by a bank-authorized LOC, which expires in November 2012.
(19.) Dauby N, Alonso-Vega C, Suarez E, Flores A, Hermann E, Cordova M, Tellez T, Torrico F, Truyens C, Carlier Y.
"The best natural ingredient can only be manufactured from the finest raw material," explained Antoine Dauby, group marketing director, Naturex Inc.
Architect Frangois Dauby, for example, was part of the Societe anonyme de construction de Passy (November 1880), the Societe anonyme de construction de la Chapelle (February 1881), the Societe anonyme immobiliere des terrains et constructions des Ternes (August 1881), the Societe anonyme immobiliere de la rue Vaneau and the Societe anonyme des terrains et constructions du faubourg du Temple (both founded November 1881), as well as the Societe de construction de la rue Littre (January 1882), and the Societe anonyme immobiliere des terrains et constructions de la rue Cardinet (February-March 1882).
He is survived by his wife of 63 years, Elaine (Alden) Rolfe and leaves five children, Priscilla Madden and husband Tom of Columbia, S.C, Stephen Rolfe and wife Dauby of Berlin, Susan Howes and husband Tim of Clinton, Nancy Proctor and husband Michael of Northborough and Peter Rolfe and wife Sue of Westborough; ten grandchildren and two great-grandsons; nieces and nephews.
"Despite this," he added, "DSM is totally committed to innovation, believes in its ingredients and continues to invest in further strengthening their claims." Antoine Dauby of Naturex supported this view and added that company sales had not been adversely affected by the crisis ...
As Helene Dauby writes, the overall point of the poem is that 'Beryn ends his adventures mature and reborn: his travels are an initiation'.
Dauby, Nick Dilger, Perry-Spencer Rural Telephone Co-op d/b/a PSC; Otto Richard Leis, Pulaski-White Rural Telephone Cooperative; Ervin Iceberg, SEI Communications (Southeastern Indiana Rural Telephone Co-op); Betty Thomas, Washington County Rural Telephone Cooperative