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daub

an unskilful or crude painting

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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Remove imprints caused by pressing from the fabric wrong side by using the damp cheesecloth method or by applying moisture with the dauber directly over the imprinted area.
FlashArray family featured commodity hardware, Dauber said.
Where another historian surveying the history of American disaster relief might instinctively look for turning points and crystallizing moments, Dauber, a law professor, looks for persistent patterns, exploring the fundamental character of the American political regime.
He will work closely with Dauber on the Handte product integration and will also have involvement in key OEM accounts.
This blurring is regrettable for Dauber, a professor of Yiddish literature at Columbia University.
I have always enjoyed drawing and painting, though I'm not very good at either, referring to myself as a doodler and a dauber.
In her new book, The Sympathetic State: Disaster Relief and the Origins of the American Welfare State, Michele Landis Dauber, law professor and sociologist at Stanford University, does not discuss these recent events directly, but her research allows us to see some surprising connections.
While many studies have investigated the relationship of student mobility with achievement (Alexander, Entwisle, & Dauber, 1996; Reynolds, Chen, & Herbers, 2009; Rumberger & Larson, 1998; Tucker, Marx, & Long, 1998), the degree to which this relationship might vary among schools has not been fully investigated; in other words, are some schools more effective with mobile students than others?
According to Mike Dauber, principal at Battery Ventures, Platfora represents the future of business analytics.
In the Demon's Bedroom: Yiddish Literature and the Early Modern, by Jeremy Dauber.
With the help of Dauber Chemical, Collins Bus Corporation of Hutchinson, Kan.
Officer Jeffrey Von Dauber wrote in his report that when he arrived at the crash at 12:22 a.