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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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Another new cryptographic scheme, called Punchscan, uses scannable ballots with two separable layers that are marked by voters with ink daubers like those used in bingo games.
Among the daubers are mouth-and-foot painters, surgeons, tattooists and anatomy students, while he also has help presenting Rolf On Art: The Big Event (BBC1, Sunday).
Daubers defaced a huge Conservative Party hoarding warning of increasing hospital killer bugs.
Moves to crack down on litter louts and graffiti daubers were welcomed in the North-East last night.
Daubers have painted English Colonists Out and Dim Coloneiddio,Free Cymru Rydd in huge white letters on the wall.
This compact kit includes on-the-go sized Gun Scrubber solvent/degreaser, Sheath Rust Preventive, Bore Scrubber 2-in-i bore cleaner, one silicone gun and reel cloth, Sheath Take-Along Gun Wipes, gun cleaning patches and daubers, and a complete instruction guide.
You use the special daubers to apply the solvent or cement, then when you place the daubers back into the can, the handles seal the opening.
Positive hot-melt application, by means of mechanical daubers, reduces running costs compared with the use of glue guns and there are no heated nozzles to become blocked.
Working with a limited palette (four colors of nontoxic, interior acrylic paint selected by their parents) and one canvas (a 12- by 15-foot drop cloth from a paint store), the young daubers created their masterpiece in about 30 minutes of intense, paint-splattered activity.
MUD DAUBERS are also slender and 3/1 inch to 1 inch long.