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foam board

also foam·board  (fōm′bôrd′)
n.
1. Any of various lightweight slabs or boards made of thermoplastic foam in varying thicknesses and used especially for insulation or in mounting art.
2. Such slabs or boards considered as a group. In both senses also called foam core.
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