Demolition

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demolition

[‚dem·ə′lish·ən]
(civil engineering)
The act or process of tearing down a building or other structure.
(ordnance)
Destroying a structure or an area by the use of explosives.

Demolition

The intentional destruction of all or a part of a structure; may include removal of structural elements, partitions, mechanical equipment, and electrical equipment and wiring.

What does it mean when you dream about demolition?

A sense of major changes in one’s life, for better or for worse. A breakdown of old ways of doing things. Alternatively, a sense of being scattered and chaotic.

demolition

The systematic destruction of a building, all or in part.
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- In Jabal Al Mukaber/Sal'aa, demolition of a 3 residential rooms of 100 sq.m the demolition displeased 9 people 3 of them are children.
-In Jabal Al Mukaber/Sal'aa, demolition for the second time a house of 80 sq.m for Moussa Mashrah the demolition displeased 6 people
In the afternoon Jake and I went to Beit Ummer north of Hebron to document a second house demolition which had taken place yesterday.
Built without a permit, it has not received a demolition order.
They have refused to move to the city despite the demolition of three homes.
In the evening the team brainstormed the possibility of setting up a "Tent for Lent" in Hebron to dramatize the plight of families left homeless by the Israeli demolition policy.
designated for demolition or removal that are damaged by demolition and or demolition debris
Require demolition contractor to complete FEMA s 19-PointDemolitionChecklist (see
Coordinate decommissioning of all structures prior to demolition with the demolition