Fine stuff

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lime, or a mixture of lime, plaster, etc., used as material for the finishing coat in plastering.
- McElrath.

See also: fine

References in classic literature ?
Nay, thou dost jest with me," said the Cobbler, "for my clothes are coarse and patched, and thine are of fine stuff and very pretty.
All fine stuff but Human Rights Watch has just released its 25th annual report which says many governments around the world, including Britain, have reacted to the threat from extremism by downplaying or abandoning human rights.
Lawler played some fine stuff to win the third of the UK Players Tour Championship events in Gloucester last September, but those magic moments tend to be few and far between and that should mean Burns gets plenty of opportunities in this clash.
We just used to get cards from my aunts and uncles so there was maybe a dozen but they all seemed to be glittery and the glitter was much thicker and crustier than the fine stuff used today.
The pastry of my Angus steak pie, on the other hand, was fine stuff - short, buttery and very, very good.
She has a range of the fine stuff to suit every occasion.
They played some fine stuff but there was a mixture of some appalling finishing and outstanding saves from Stillie.
From rural Fermanagh to a town in Antrim to a single parent Shankill Road family, the docu-soap follows the Ulster family in practically all its incarnations and is fine stuff.
That's what I look for: reliable bloomers, good-looking plants, and really, they're the fine stuff that keeps me interested.
The running of Kanchelskis apart Rangers played some fine stuff, a lot of it stemming from the midfield skills of young Barry Ferguson.
While demonstrating how to temper a bowl of the fine stuff, Robin told us about the history of chocolate and how Frederick Belmont, the Swiss orphan who founded Bettys, brought it to the streets of West Yorkshire.
Derry were defending deep at times, yet were still decent value for their point after playing some fine stuff off the front foot at times.