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- n. A flexible material akin to thick paper.
- n. A rectangular sheet of this material.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
My medieval stick puppet process involves scissors, a few large pieces of oaktag, and lots of paint.
Then I think things through: If I buy either the construction paper or the oaktag, I have to go to the cashier.
Among last year's tasks: solar powered cars, "mouse-trap" CD racecars, football catapults, oaktag / chopstick rollercoasters, and more.
eggs were modeled and then comped in after effects, muzzle flashes were stock--and the egg hits on the wall were plates we shot of eggs being thrown at black oaktag-
I find a section with some black oaktag but the texture doesn’t feel right.
a TRL list wouldn't be worth the oaktag its cue cards were printed on, but surprisingly, whoever made the picks for this list pretty much nailed it; the ten songs truly did define the five-year span during which pop was ruled by MTV's afternoon countdown show.