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dustsheet

Brit a large cloth or sheet used for covering furniture to protect it from dust
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Before you start tiling, put the dustsheets back on to protect the suite.
SAD Paula Yates claimed yesterday she had tripped over a builder's dustsheet after being found sprawled on her own doorstep.
A photograph of the R40 has a corner of the dustsheet pulled up to reveal part of the grille and front headlamp - the executive car will replace the 600 and 800.
Amongst the tins of paint and dustsheets in the boot, he kept a smart suit so at the drop of a paintbrush, he could slip out of his overalls and into business-ready attire to pitch to clients and investors his idea of what would become Amiqus.
Did Lesley feel even a flicker of guilt as emergency services strung up dustsheets to preserve the last shred of her daughter's dignity?
Labourer - preparing the site, putting up rails and safety screens, laying dustsheets and separating out re-usable building materials after demolition ?
You could work in one of the following roles: Labourer - preparing the site, putting up rails and safety screens, laying dustsheets and separating out re-usable building materials after demolition Mattockman/woman - stripping out fittings, removing doors and windows, dismantling roof structures Topman/woman - all the tasks above, as well as cutting steel framework at heights, stripping off fragile roofs and instructing others in safe practices.
Armed with paint, brushes, sandpaper, and dustsheets donated by Carillion's long term preferred paint manufacturer PPG, the volunteers spent a day sanding and painting to create a pleasanter environment in the rooms where the charity meets and holds activities.