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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of drywall.


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  • People may have installed drywalls by themselves, but it sure as heck helps to have a helper holding the other end.

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  • This weekend I attended a workshop on doing basements and another one specifically on drywalls.

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  • Dodd-Frank also mandates 68 new studies of carbon markets, Chinese drywalls, and person-to-person lending, and many other irrelevancies.

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  • As long as rooms are at a warm temperature and with a high moisture content above 70% relative humidity mold can form in wood, carpet, and drywalls.

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  • Lets face it, they have no room for expansion, you can't move the drywalls to reorganise them, they lack colour, and they all look the same.

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  • YOUNGBLOOD: Well, I'm going to be doing nailing the wood on the inside of the house, and pretty much going to be helping with drywalls and landscaping on the outside, and it's pretty much going to be very exciting to do out there.

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  • The quick action will save drywalls, carpeting, cabinetry, tile floors, furniture and prevent future onset of damaging mold.

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  • Your plasterboard/drywalls can be damaged by children, animals, doorknobs etc.


  • Rosen's houses would have steel framing, rubberized membranes for roofs, zinc sheets over porches and heavy-duty drywalls capable of withstanding 120 mph winds and enduring a 6.2 - to


  • Florida regulators from the Consumer Product Safety Commission are investigating reports on toxins found in China-made drywalls, said to be emitting unpleasant sulfur gases.



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