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  • v. Present participle of sheetrock.


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  • Above is the intial sheetrocking of where my desk will be.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • We've been able to move along buying materials and paying our two builders, but have come to the point where we have some high-cost projects, so we are stopped until we can get some money together for these high-cost projects (double garage door, sheetrocking large cathedral ceiling, iron gates, etc.)

    New Construction?

  • Simple caulking will go far if done properly prior to sheetrocking.


  • And for large jobs - such as assembling/installing KD cabinets or sheetrocking - you'll need two batteries: one to run with, and a spare to recharge while you're using the first one.

    Apartment Therapy Main

  • "Before it was Canadians, doing all the sheetrocking," Felder said.

    New Haven Independent

  • I can even do my own sheetrocking, I just don't want to.

    MetaFilter Projects

  • The funny joke part of this -- besides the fact that I'm dating someone with, as near as I can tell, no sheetrocking ability whatsoever -- is that my friends assumed this was some sort of innuendo, you know "rocking the sheets" or whatever.

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  • So yeah, it gets expensive, but it's easy and quick and won't require a sledgehammer, wiring, or sheetrocking skills.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Gadgets


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