Drywall

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Drywall

An interior wall constructed with a material such as gypsum board or plywood; usually supplied in large sheets or panels, which do not require water to apply.
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Even after graduating, he worked at a gyprock factory in Saskatoon to build his flight hours, and then took a job working at grocery store at Big Trout Lake, a distant First Nations reserve, just for the opportunity to fly for the owner.
The plasterboard was fixed to the frame with 11/4in galvanised gyprock nails, then the window and door openings were cut with a padsaw.