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building paper

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(Civil Engineering) any of various types of heavy-duty paper that usually consist of bitumen reinforced with fibre sandwiched between two sheets of kraft paper: used in damp-proofing or as insulation between the soil and a road surface
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I'm e not a guy of a million hobbies and I get involved with my family because my dad was away a lot when I was a kid; he worked abroad building paper mills, highways, bridges and nuclear plants.
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Stachybotrys is a greenish-black mould that thrives in areas of high humidity, moisture and on cellulose materials (eg building paper, wood products and gib board) (5,6,7,1) Mould has the potential to grow wherever there is a chronic wet environment and cellulose materials.

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