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Also they should be capped, welted, split or serrated, and waterproofed.

It should be of some heavy material, waterproofed, and should not be too large.

A folding water bucket of waterproofed canvas should also be included in the outfit.

Muslin for the smaller food bags may be waterproofed by painting it with a saturate solution of turpentine and paraffin.

The roofs have been waterproofed with tarred paper, and the walls stained to resist the rain.

He waterproofed the switch as best he could, making gaskets from a rubber jar ring he found in the kitchen.

The invert bricks are laid in Portland cement mortar and the arch has a mortar lining and is waterproofed with 1-in.

A lady, heavily cloaked and waterproofed, made a slow progress through the room, staring round her with curious eyes.

It is necessary to dry very thoroughly, for the bends are waterproofed by dipping the dry leather into molten waxes.

Some films are waterproofed and a little water will not damage them much; but other films must be kept dry.