Definition of Beaver board
1. Noun. A light wallboard made of compressed wood pulp.
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Literary usage of Beaver board
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1. Productive Advertising by Herbert William Hess (1915)
"Today he sees a vast international organization distributing beaver board all over the United States and Canada and in many foreign lands. ..."
2. Constructive Dictation: "plan Your Letter," by Edward Hall Gardner (1919)
"beaver board lias made friends. Thousands of people have used it and are ... These | people always have a good word to say for beaver board and the Beaver ..."
3. Burnham's Manual of Mid-western Securities: An Investor's Handbook of Useful by James Joseph Fitzgerald, Auguste C. Babize, John Burnham & Company (1921)
"beaver board is the original wall board, having been manufactured by the ... The products bf The beaver board Companies are claimed -to be carried by over ..."
4. Modern Salesmanagement: A Practical Handbook and Guide by Justus George Frederick (1919)
"When this was offered to the trade it was slow to buy it, and rather showed preference for the trade-marked, well-advertised beaver board at the higher ..."
5. Educational Method by National education association of the United States Dept. of supervisors and directors of instruction (1922)
"One boy said that, in an emergency, beaver board had been used in Room jo^b. A committee inspected this room and found it good, then went to a carpenter, ..."
6. Little Theater Classics by Samuel Atkins Eliot (1920)
"and was approached by a beaver-board pathway from the Auditorium door, along which and up the steps a wide strip of dark matting was laid. ..."