tackboard

tackboard

(ˈtækˌbɔːd)
n
a noticeboard
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At one point in Humboldt: Life on America s Marijuana Frontier, Emily Brady's account of her year in a remote Northern California county where pot is the cash crop that drives the local economy, one of the book's subjects--a native of the area named Emma Worldpeace--talks to a new friend about the pictures of deceased classmates that hang on tackboard on Emma's dorm room wall.
Because the screens are dry-erase board on one side and tackboard on the other, they create an impromptu workspace for collaboration and brainstorming in whatever area students choose to wheel them into.
The tiles function as a dry-erase board, corkboard, fabric-covered tackboard, chalkboard and pegboard.
Each room has a recessed "front door" with a wall light and personalized tackboard to provide a sense of home, as well as shared bathrooms, a TV for each roommate, and large windows.
Framed tackboard hangs conveniently on an adjacent wall to function as a large bulletin board.
added a new message center with a small footprint, a tackboard for messages and a brushed-maple finish.
New ceilings, flooring, drywall, tackboard and casework completed the classrooms.
The BOSS is said to feature an enhanced assembly process, a new sliding monitor shelf, a double-lock pedestal with full extension ball bearing sides, a letter/legal filing system, locking storage hutch, CD storage and a tackboard.
For example, he says, Great Lake worked in conjunction with Herman Miller and the federal government to produce more than 6,000 fingerjointed tackboard panels in the first six months of last year.
It features a full-width, hinged locking door that houses a free-standing work surface, a tackboard, and an erasable marker board.
Tackboard, power strip and two adjustable shelves are standard.
These include bamboo flooring and a courtesy desk made from cork tackboards.