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corkboard

[′kȯrk‚bȯrd]
(materials)
Board made of compressed cork.

corkboard

Cork granules molded to shape, compressed, and baked in a rectangular block or board shape or sheet form; usually 6 to 12 lb per cu ft (96 to 192 kg per cu m) in density; used for thermal insulation and vibration control.
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Because fixation in formaldehyde may cause marked irregular and distorted contraction of the specimen, it is preferable to extend the entire esophagus specimen and pin it to a corkboard or Styrofoam.
Nursing students use the corkboard and colored pebbles to depict the capillary in an isotonic state.
StorySkeleton works like the aforementioned Corkboard and Index Card, allowing users to create short notes that can later be woven together to form the skeleton structure of a screenplay.
The kind my father has used for years to post and organize his most recent thoughts on a corkboard propped behind his writing desk.
A corkboard is also a good idea and can be used to display your children's work and pictures.
The inside features bright colours and large shapes with a whiteboard, chalkboard and corkboard for artists to display their talents and a fantastic climbing wall for aspiring gymnasts.
You pin the painting to your corkboard, next to Jimmy's other creations.
Bristol, RI, December 07, 2012 --(PR.com)-- DisplayShops.com partner site BulletinBoardsWarehouse.com has released the latest addition to their selection of outdoor-rated messageboards, a locking LED-lit corkboard display.
The updated interface, currently under testing, is highly reminiscent of social corkboard site Pinterest.
This folder will help clear your desk and corkboard. Revisit this folder often to make sure the action or response needed has occurred.
The most direct precursor for The Commons may, however, be Publicar (which means "to publish" or "to make public"), produced in 2009 for the Seventh Bienal do Mercosul in Brazil: In place of a plaque, the artist affixed a corkboard with pushpins on the face of a large granite stone, generating an anti-monument that memorialized, so to speak, the active participation of the public, who used the board to post messages.
I took notes on plays associated with dressing up, playing house, planning a store, decorating a door or designing corkboard displays.