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baseboard, mopboard, scrubboard, skirting board, washboard

baseboard
A flat projection from an interior wall or partition at the floor, covering the joint between the floor and wall and protecting the wall from kicking, mopping, etc. It may be plain or molded; a base, 4.
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Washboards were a feature of some skiffle groups in the 50s but have long had a place in the Cajun bands of Louisiana, where they have evolved into scaled-down metal bibs to allow greater dexterity and mobility.
Phil Barker, the centre's fundraising manager, said of the donated music memorabilia: "Together they could be worth in excess of pounds 10,000 although the washboard could bump that amount up by many more thousands.
The Washboard tracks are still in the can, so Pointblank might be persuaded to release them in the light of the current popularity of solo blues performers.
A washboard once played by a teenage Robert Plant before he went on to front rock group Led Zeppelin is due to go under the hammer at an auction in the Midlands today.
The only weather-worn washboard you were interested in was the one under Aidan Turner's shirt.
The singer's white skirt featured tassels that exposed the singer's perfect pins, while her washboard stomach was also given an airing.
Acts in order of appearance from tomorrow are Paul Leegan and The Legends, New Washboard Synco-pators, Jazz Salon Rouge, The Old Comrades and for the final show Paul Leegan and The Legends will return.
Wouldn't it be great if every woman in Scotland has a washboard stomach like Olympic hopeful Denise Lewis?
London, December 21 ( ANI ): Jenny McCarthy flaunted her washboard abs in a green bikini on the cover of Shape, where she revealed that her fitness and diet secrets.
Noamaan meanwhile decided he wanted a "washboard stomach".
Around 94 per cent of women agree there's nothing more irritating than the old notion of Superwoman - breaking balls in the boardroom one minute, whipping up a perfect pavlova the next, giving birth in her lunch hour and coming back with a washboard stomach.