Celotex

Cel·o·tex

 (sĕl′ə-tĕks′)
A trademark for a building board that is employed as insulation or paneling.

Celotex

(ˈsɛləˌtɛks)
n
(sometimes without capital) a type of thermal insulation board
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The time capsules have been collected from brands across the country, including Jewson, Celotex and British Gypsum, and have been filled with products and innovations from each brand, as well as mementos from current employees.
Over half a century Burri experimented with different techniques and supports to create paintings almost without paintbrushes--smearing tar, stitching burlap, burning plastic, welding iron, drying a mix of paint and glue and carving celotex boards.
Best Customer Service Initiative, sponsored by Celotex Winner - Springfield Properties for their strong and dynamic approach to customer service.
wrongly interpret the trilogy [(Anderson, Celotex, and Matsushita)]
It is well established that the summary judgment standard--heightened by the Supreme Court's Celotex trilogy in 1986 (328)--makes it easier for defendants to dispose of cases before a determination on the merits.
I have a solid wall on the side of my house in a covered tunnel and I would like to insulate it with Celotex.
And he mixed things up by painting on top of fiberboard and Celotex and weird scumbly Formica surfaces, and so his furniture and his painting almost blend together.
Third, summary judgment practice radically changed between 1966 and 2009, most notably with the Celotex trilogy of opinions issued in 1986, thus affecting which cases ultimately reach trial.
22) the supreme court interpreted Tennessee Rule of Civil Procedure 56 and rejected the federal Celotex standard for summary judgment, (23) instead requiring that the movant for summary judgment either "negate an essential element of the [nonmovant's] claim" or "show that the [nonmovant] cannot prove an essential element of [its case] at trial" in order to prevail on its summary judgment motion.
It is double skinned, has a Sterling board inner, ship lap pine outer and is insulated with Celotex and Kingspan.
The ceiling tiles are made of Celotex (Armstrong, Model Number 861; Armatuff, Greenville, SC).