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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of drywall.


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  • They showed up in a van, parked in the garage, and lived and drywalled there for 3-4 days, then moved on.

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  • You're sitting in a freshly drywalled house, drinking coffee from a plastic foam cup and talking on a cellphone.

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  • So we finished emptying out the room of all of its contents (and this was the office/library/everything else room, so lots of contents), and today, Misterpie went in and brought down the ceiling so it can be drywalled along with the third floor and the duct run on the first floor.

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  • On the ground of the north cut, I found several sheets of broken Carerra marble that I suspect once adorned the walls of the Ouellette Ave. entrance hallway to the rear dance hall along with gallery windows that were drywalled over.


  • Along the way we made some interesting discoveries, such as the window that had been hidden behind the shower: ...and the very old faucet that a previous owner had drywalled around instead of removing, leading to a gaping void between the foundation and the inner wall:

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  • I think that the bottom part of the walls were actually drywalled over paneling.

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  • The glass fronting along the staircase is drywalled in.


  • This garage is not yet insulated or drywalled, and this is driving T nuts.


  • My future-office is now drywalled and painted blue I got rid of the creamsickle peach color.

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  • Clare: Kendrick leads us through a maze of carpeted, drywalled, acoustical-tiled hallways and into a conference room.

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