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builder

a substance added to a soap or detergent as a filler or abrasive

Builder

A person who directs or performs the construction or renovation of a house or other structure.

builder

[′bil·dər]
(materials)
An additive used in a detergent to improve the cleaning efficiency of the surfactant, principally by inactivating water-hardness ions.
(metallurgy)
A fire-clay brick cull used for bottom construction in kilns or for boxing brick during burning.

builder

The individual or firm who is the employer of craftsman required for erecting a building in accordance with the plans and specifications prepared by the architect and who carries the responsibility for doing so.builder. The individual or firm who is the employer of craftsman required for erecting a building in accordance with the plans and specifications prepared by the architect and who carries the responsibility for doing so.
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Builders can see how they measure up against industry-wide averages in areas including: Gross margin net profit; cost of goods sold; financial ratios (current ratio, debt-to-equity ratio, and more).
Nationally, builders have never had the benefit of a system like ours and now through HOMEBUILDER.
Levine sits on the board of governors of both the Associated Builders and Owners of Greater New York and the Real Estate Board of New York.
The NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index is derived from a monthly survey of builders that NAHB has been conducting for nearly 20 years.