A structural support, designed to resist a load or force, applied to the side of a structure, such as by bracing, etc.
Latex gloss, semi-gloss, or eggshell color
Water based paint with a latex emulsion, which dries very quickly by water evaporation, has minimal fumes and comes in both interior and exterior types.
Latex portland cement mortar
Portland cement, sand and liquid latex mixed is water resistant if fully cured prior to exposure to water. It's usable for ceramic tile on gypsum drywall, masonry, concrete, mortar beds, cement board, etc.
The backing fastened to structural members onto which plaster is applied. Lath originally was strips of wood fastened the framing members. Today, gypsum or metal lath are used the most commonly used types of lath because they are inexpensive and can be installed in sheets, covering a large area very quickly.
Lath and plaster
The most common wall finish prior to the introduction of drywall. Thin wood strips (lath) were nailed onto the framing as a base for the sand/lime plaster.
Lath and slat fence
Vertical fence boards on a lath and slat fence alternate a 1x1 lath board and, after a space, a wider slat, possibly 1x2, then repeated.
The framing pieces that are installed horizontally to use as points to fasten the lath, where wall and ceiling framing join, which will support the wallboard or plaster to be applied.
Power tool, which is used to turn wood or metal objects so that cutting tools may shape it while it, rotates.