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noun
a type of crude natural rubber in the form of brown sheets obtained by coagulating latex with an acid, rolling it into sheets, and drying over open wood fires. It is the main raw material for natural rubber productsAlso called: ribbed and smoked sheet Compare crepe rubber
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