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A trademark for a type of fiberboard employed for insulation, paneling, or partitions.


(Building) trademark Austral and NZ a kind of dark brown hardboard used for partitions, lining, etc


(ˈmeɪ səˌnaɪt)
a brand of hardboard.
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Noun1.Masonite - a type of fiberboardMasonite - a type of fiberboard      
fiberboard, fibreboard, particle board - wallboard composed of wood chips or shavings bonded together with resin and compressed into rigid sheets
trademark - a formally registered symbol identifying the manufacturer or distributor of a product
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Masonite International Corporation (NYSE:DOOR) revealed on Tuesday that its board of directors elected Daphne E.
Florida, US-based door manufacturer Masonite International Corp.
Masonite International announced that it has completed the acquisition of DW3 Products Holding Limited, UK provider of high quality premium door solutions and window systems, supplying products under brand names such as Solidor, Residor, Nicedor, and Residence.
Sultan combines industrial subject matter with industrial materials, such as tar and Masonite tiles, to create large-scale works that have such a physical presence they can be considered as much relief sculptures as paintings.
I RETURN Anjolie Ela Menon is back after ahiatus with ashow that celebrates her style of masonite paintings
Ron simply glues down a piece of Styrofoam to a piece of Masonite, and then places a moist slab on it and forms it into a plate.
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Nerrivik, by Gina Litherland 1996, oil on masonite, 30" x 24"
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Every dime of that was visible on the usually derelict stage of this old picture palace, transformed with pale drapery and a Masonite floor covered with a hand-painted pattern of intersecting circles that extended onto the apron.
Bicycle paint--thick, slow to dry, and available-proved just the right medium for working on masonite, canvas of choice for tingatinga art.