A lath is any material fastened to the structural members of a
building to provide a base for plaster. Lath can be of wood, metal,
gypsum, or insulated board. In older residential buildings, narrow wood
strips were generally used.

One of the most common laths is gypsum lath. It is manufactured
with an air-entrained gypsum core sandwiched between two layers
of fibrous absorbent paper. Sheets with reflective foil backing
provide insulation and act as a vapour barrier.

Metal lath, a mesh formed by expanding a perforated metal sheet,
is made in a variety of forms (diamond-mesh, flat-ribbed,
and wire lath). The sheets of metal are slit and drawn out to form
numerous openings, creating an irregular surface for the keying
of the plaster. It is often used in bathrooms and kitchens, where
ceramic tile is applied over a plaster base.

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Adal was the historic Islāmic state of eastern Africa, in the Danakil-Somali region southwest of the Gulf of Aden, with its capital at Harer ……………
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Adolphe Adam was born on July 24th 1803 in Paris, France and died on May 3rd, 1856 in Paris ……….
Robert Adam was born on July 3rd, 1728 in Kirkcaldy,Fife,Scotland. He died on March 3rd, 1792 inLondon,England ……….

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Saint Adamnan was born c. 625 in County Donegal, Ireland and died 704, feast day September 23. Adamnan is also spelled Adomnan, also called Eunan ………..
Arthur Adamov was born on August 23rd, 1908 inKislovodsk,Russia and died on March 16th, 1970 inParis,France. ….

With ageing, the bones gradually lose calcium. As a result they become more fragile and are more likely to break, even with minor falls ….
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