Raze


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Raze

To tear down or demolish; to level to the ground.
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That would, presumably, force the buyer to raze the building at a cost that, presumably would not be at the prevailing (union) wage required when communities pay for construction and demolition projects.
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Raze was headed for a business career when friends suggested teaching.
As a final note, a taxpayer acquiring property with an intent to raze an existing structure should be able to assign value to such structure.
But the board could answer few of the voters' questions, including the cost to insure the buildings (the town's insurance needs are lumped into one account) and the cost to raze each one individually.
Malouf closed escrow last week on the four-bedroom, 2,500-square-foot castle, buying it from developer Scott Anderson who had planned to raze the Commerce Street house to make way for three new homes.
The trial of Raze Technologies' SkyFire(TM) system is the first in a series of technology tests planned as Clearwire gears up to begin its national rollout with the introduction of services into new markets in 2002.
Talking to Dawn, RMC Chief Municipal Officer Khalid Javed Goraya said the basic aim of the squad is to raze the illegal constructions in commercial plazas.
The Government can not allow anyone to occupy government land and to raze or damage any government building and if anyone does so, the government will deal him with iron hands, he added.
Plano-based Raze Technologies took the first steps today to introduce fixed wireless broadband into non-metro communities.
Decision has been taken to raze to ground more 23 offices of MQM in the city.
the College razed four properties over winter break and will raze four more in the summer.