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lath

  • n  a narrow thin strip of wood used as backing for plaster or to make latticework

  • On nearby slabs already dry, they worked in crews of two and three, laying bricks, raising studs, nailing lath, painting, sheathing, shingling.
  • To make the gamble a good one, it has already had OPA put price increases on cast iron, soil pipe, gypsum lath and the clay industry, is now hinting broadly that, to get the .
  • Samples: 25 for a piece of hand-split lath; $100 for enough bricks to face an ordinary fireplace.
News & Articles

  • Fishin' accomplished
    I’m a certified landsman, in the words of Melville, passing my days pent up in plaster and lath, clinched to a desk. In need of escape, I accounted it high time to get to sea. OK, maybe the “Moby-Dick” references are overblown. I didn’t exactly ship out on...
    June 8, 2013 - New York Post
Quotes

  • Julian Huxley in Daily Telegraph
    Lath is an automatic selection as long as he's fit, and I know that,Huxley said before the clash with the South Africans at Newlands. "He's been the world's best fullback for the last few years now. He's shown that and it's hard to top....

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