counterlath


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counterlath

[′kau̇nt·ər‚lath]
(building construction)
A strip placed between two rafters to support crosswise laths.
A lath placed between a timber and a sheet lath.
A lath nailed at a more or less random spacing between two precisely spaced laths.
A lath put on one side of a partition after the other side has been finished.