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Synonyms for tarpaulin

waterproofed canvas


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The blue tarp is and the broken umbrella is and the old furniture is, but no horse.
I was doing research on seasonal growth of pike, work that involved sampling with gill nets through the ice, a homemade ice hut constructed from plywood and blue tarp serving as our base station.
On tap for this exciting and informational tour are three local craft breweries: Wild Heaven Craft Beers, Blue Tarp Brewing Company, and Three Taverns Craft Brewery.
For her focal piece titled Jimmie Durham 1974, 2014, Malbeuf used blue tarp framed with tree branches as her canvas upon which over 8,000 glass blue beads form the text of activist Durham's protest piece.
They are drying the grains in the sun on a blue tarp, hoping it will be edible, knowing it will be salty.
This morning there was no smoke, and no rods out--just a bubble of blue tarp and bungee, its occupants presumably zipped up tight in warm sleeping bags, in no rush to go anywhere.
During the final weeks of November, a blue tarp covered the front windows of Dashi Noodle Bar's future location.
Ronald is one of twelve Haitians under the blue tarp of a speeding pickup truck on a nocturnal journey across the border.
The site also included a library, a volleyball net and a large blue tarp strung up on three magnolia trees.
His house destroyed, Japanese rice farmer Shinichi Shibasaki lives on a square of blue tarp on the top floor of a farming cooperative office with others like him.
Thirty-five buildings in all were destroyed, most of them makeshift houses constructed of metal siding, pipes, and blue tarp.
They even placed a blue tarp over the knothole in the right-field corner so people passing by couldn't watch the filming.
Clips from cheesy old company promo reels are pointedly contrasted with facts about migrant laborers being paid different wages according to nationality, and images of homeless Native Hawaiians toughing it out in Blue Tarp City, a shantytown-like refuge in present-day Oahu.
A blue tarp covered most of the bow, and it flapped in the wind.
I hopped up onto the crowded sidewalk and saw a couple of teenage boys in track suits breaking their fast under a blue tarp attached to a building.