Definition of buildings. Meaning of buildings. Synonyms of buildings
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Definition of buildings
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CastlebuildingCastlebuilder Cas"tle*build`er, n.
Fig.: one who builds castles in the air or forms visionary
schemes. -- Cas"tle*build`ing, n. OutbuildingOutbuild Out*build", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Outbuiltor
Outbuilded; p. pr. & vb. n. Outbuilding.]
To exceed in building, or in durability of building.
Outbuilding Out"build`ing, n.
A building separate from, and subordinate to, the main house;
Shipbuilding Ship"build`ing, n.
Naval architecturel the art of constructing ships and other
UnderbuildingUnderbuilding Un"der*build`ing, n.
Same as Substruction.
Meaning of building from wikipedia
- see real estate
development. for other
uses, see building
(disambiguation). a building
is a man-made structure
with a roof and walls
is a building
in the world trade center complex
manhattan, new york city. the current incarnation
is the second building
to bear that
- the u.s. forest service building
is a historic building
in ogden, utah owned
by the united states federal
at 507 25th street, it is
- the ig farben building
or the poelzig building
from 1928 to 1930 as the corporate headquarters
of the ig farben conglomerate
- the eighteen-story elverson
building, now known
as the inquirer
building. the first inquirer issue printed
at the building
came out on july 13, 1925. elverson
- not to be confused
co-operatives are co-operative housing corporations where individuals
- the chicago board
of trade building
is a skys****er located
in chicago, illinois, united
states. it stands
at 141 w. jackson boulevard
at the foot of the
- a construction permit
or building permit
is a permit required
in most jurisdictions
for new construction, or adding
onto pre-existing structures, and in