[ UK /t‍ʃˈɔːkbɔːd/ ]
  1. sheet of slate; for writing with chalk
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How To Use chalkboard In A Sentence

  • The word "carvery" on a pub's chalkboard sign typically means lunch includes beef, ham, turkey and stuffing, with salmon and pasta options, plus spuds and other vegetables -- drowned in gravy if you like. Undefined
  • Chuck out your chalkboards, start making notes and let the RSC - in one hysterical evening - save you a lifetime of reading!
  • Teachers can provide this support by using the chalkboard, realia, and other visual aids.
  • Lunch here features a fixed menu of sandwiches, salads and individual pita bread pizzas alongside a chalkboard of daily specials.
  • Or, order a can from the chalkboard menu behind the bar: your options include a PBR tallboy, a 21st Amendment Back in Black and a pint-sized can of Strongbow cider. American Ice Company opens tonight
  • So imagine your favorite die in chalkboard vinyl for your wall ... Archive 2009-12-01
  • His horn-rims and chalkboards and honk-if-your're-a-patriot approach have led all but inevitably to the creation of college of hard knocks dedicated to his version of history. Michael Conniff: Con Games: Glenn Beck's History Lesson
  • Most ideas for invention go no further than the chalkboard.
  • The semiotician in me sees the chalkboard as far more than a mere stage prop. Given that Fox News has access to the most sophisticated and blaring computer graphics to drive home its political points, Beck's use of the chalkboard is remarkably low-tech (even inside a very high-tech television studio). Joseph A. Palermo: Glenn Beck: "Historian" for a Troubled America
  • For these kids, multimedia will be as prevalent in the classroom as the chalkboard.
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