Raze


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Raze

To tear down or demolish; to level to the ground.
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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.
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.
Applied knowledge: Raze's students also have learned math by building solar structures and scale-model houses.
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.
KARACHI -- Senior politician Farooq Sattar on Saturday responded to Supreme Court's order to raze all encroachments across the city and said if Bani Gali can be regularised then buildings in Karachi as well.
"The newest image raises concerns that Iran is attempting to raze the site prior to allowing the IAEA visit," ISIS said in its report.
Ghassan Daghlas, a Palestinian official who monitors settlement activities in the area, told WAFA that Israeli forces accompanied by bulldozers proceeded to raze an agricultural land near the main water tank of the village in order to facilitate movement of illegal Jewish settlers from the neighboring settlement of Yitzhar.
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.
KARACHI -- After clearing out illegal constructions from the historic Empress Market, Karachi Metropolitan Corporation's (KMC) Anti-Encroachment cell has begun preparations to raze encroachments in the city's Arambagh and Lighthouse areas.