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A trademark for drywall.
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(Building) a trademark name for plasterboard or drywall, composed of gypsum enclosed by heavy sheets of paper and used for constructing interior walls and ceilings
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Trademark. a brand name for a plasterboard of gypsum between paper.
sheet′rock`, v.t., v.i. -rocked, -rock•ing.
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, drywall, wall board - Sheetrock is a trade name for drywall or wall board—pre-hardened plaster of Paris (gypsum) sold in large sheets and used as a wall surface in building construction.
See also related terms for trade name.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Sheetrock - a kind of plasterboardSheetrock - a kind of plasterboard    
gypsum board, plasterboard - wallboard with a gypsum plaster core bonded to layers of paper or fiberboard; used instead of plaster or wallboard to make interior walls
trademark - a formally registered symbol identifying the manufacturer or distributor of a product
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Then Cynthia Barbare, a dedicated attorney for one of the defendants, demanded the evidence against her client be lab tested, and sure enough--the substance was high-grade powdered Sheetrock. When word got out, defense attorneys in similar cases had their evidence tested too, and before the wallboard dust settled, charges against 39 defendants were dropped.
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Wallside, there are three layers of 5/8-inch Sheetrock rather than the two specified by the city's code.
Mold can grow exponentially, given the right conditions of temperature, moisture and food sources, such as sheetrock.
The quake rocked the 15-unit complex clean off its foundation, buckling the exterior walls like so much Sheetrock. "I don't know if I'll rebuild," says Lambert, a Santa Monica real-estate broker and past president of ACTION, a property-owners' rights group.
ceiling heights, inset Juliet balconies with French doors, floor-to-ceiling sound-attenuated, energy-efficient windows, walls constructed with mold-resistant sheetrock, multi-zoned HVAC system, and smart home systems.
The system also can be installed by any drywall installer, costs less to demount than it does to demolish a normal Sheetrock partition and saves material costs each time it's reused.
Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia denied a petition by the National Cable and Telecommunications Association (NCTA) to review a May 2007 FCC Order clarifying its inside wiring rules by stating that the FCC was reasonable in its ruling that cable wiring located behind "Sheetrock" is "physically inaccessible." (NCTA v.
In the living room, wood and sheetrock were on the floor, the room reeked of garbage, and there were numerous holes in the walls and ceilings.
The audience will follow along as the pals venture off to find music in the Hundred Acre Woods, Sheetrock Hills and all over the world.
The artist seems to insist that the visual systems generated by digital devices cannot be translated seamlessly into shapes and colors on a surface, be it canvas, chipboard, or Sheetrock. And yet, with a certain amount of brute force, that is what happens in Majerus's work--without any visible effort to reconcile the divergent pictorial terms.