Raze


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Raze

To tear down or demolish; to level to the ground.
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Man Raze play a rare gig at Birmingham's Barfly on December 4 - get tickets now before the band belatedly breaks big and heads for stadium support slots in the New Year PC
Adopting the moniker Man Raze, they play Birmingham Barfly next Thursday.
Raze members will urge students to quit using tobacco and to ask them to urge their family and friends to do the same.
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.
Ezre Raze, head of the CML program at Roswell Park Memorial Institute in Buffalo, N.
The company intends to use the property as revenue producing assets in the short term, but ultimately will raze the existing structures for redevelopment, according to company president Randy Bacon.
The owner, Badran Jaber, told WAFA that an Israeli army force accompanied by heavy machinery broke into al-Baqaa, and proceeded to raze his land, which is planted with tomato and other summer crops.
Following the raze,IOF have kidnapped a child aged 14 from Hebron old city, and another aged 23 on the Gush Etsyon crossroad, north of Hebron.
Ramallah, April 29 (Petra)--Israeli bulldozers from the settlement of Revava on Wednesday began to raze and dig up the settlement established on Hares Village land, west of Salfit city in the West Bank.
WEST BOYLSTON -- The Board of Selectmen still expects to return to October's semi-annual town meeting with a plan to raze the Helen C.
The newest image raises concerns that Iran is attempting to raze the site prior to allowing the IAEA visit," ISIS said in its report.