what is the correct spelling for the word "mass" when it is referring to the nameplate of the attorneys outside the door?

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Can you post the sentence where this word is used for more context? 

I've seen m-a-s-k used as part of a printing layout process, not as in covering something up but more setting up a title.  Can't point you to a reference, though. 

Listen...do you hear a K? 

Not sure if m-a-s-t is a term, but I know "masthead" is, so listen for a T too.

Q Sir, when was his name placed on the *mass?  
A On the outside of the office?  
Q Yes.

I listened for the k and a t can't hear it. 

Q Sir, when was his name placed on the *mass?  
A On the outside of the office?  
Q Yes.

it was used several other times as indicated below


Q Sir, isn't it true that that *mass was changed in 2010?  
A The *mass was changed -- I don't remember the last time it was changed.
Q Isn't it true the *mass was changed to add Mr. Barnwell's name in 2010?
A I don't recall when Mr. Barnwell's name was added to the *mass.  I honestly don't recall.  I know that there have been lawyers that have come and left, and we have changed it since -- at some point to remove those who have left, but I don't remember the last time we changed it.

I agree with the masthead comment...I'd say that is correct.

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