corkboard

[kawrk-bawrd, -bohrd]
noun
1.
an insulating material made of compressed cork, used in building, for industrial purposes, etc.
2.
a bulletin board made of this material.

Origin:
1890–95; cork + board

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corkboard (ˈkɔːkˌbɔːd)
 
n
a thin slab made of granules of cork, used as a floor or wall finish and as an insulator

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Example sentences
The corkboard behind her desk is covered with family photographs.
The room's walls and ceiling were lined with white corkboard for soundproofing.
The fish is placed on a corkboard on the stage of a dissecting microscope.
If you have a traditional corkboard above your chalkboard, begin with photos
  and images there.
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