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daub in Construction topic

daubdaub2 noun  1 LITTLE/NOT VERY[countable] a small amount of a soft or sticky substancedaub of a daub of paint2 [uncountable]TBC technical mud or clay used for making walls wattle and daub at wattle(1)
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daubThree pieces of daub were dated and provided an average age and standard error of 830 plus/minus 40 years.The mystery was the origin of the large quantities of daub.I don't take to these modernistic people who just splash on daubs of paint.The consistency of the mud and straw daub for the walls was arrived at through experiment.The third alternative, and the most straight forward interpretation, was that the daub was contemporary with the backfilling of the drain.This daub could have come from one of three distinct periods.