Examples of demolition in a Sentence
The old factory is scheduled for demolition next week.
The demolitions should be complete by the end of the year.
Recent Examples of demolition from the Web
Demolition and site preparation will start this fall, with construction to begin next March and be completed by July 2019, according to Bora Sar, GC America's director of manufacturing.
WASHINGTON — President Trump’s demolition project just got shut down, at least for now.
Then everything goes haywire, leading to a car chase through a tunnel, demolition inside a mall, and the Animal Liberation Front interfering to expose Mirando's lies.
The Dothan Eagle is reporting the contracts include new construction, renovation, demolition and other specifications.
Homestead began the demolition of its historic police station on Krome Avenue earlier this week, moving in heavy equipment that pulled down the walls with a giant claw.
The interior of the I-300 building, once slated for demolition, is being redone and will be the new home of the school’s fine arts program and art gallery.
Once demolition is complete, the site will be stabilized until it can be remediated by the EPA, Blosky said.
The housing authority initially used the site as residences for public housing residents who had been displaced by the demolition of the large Clarksdale development.
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First Known Use of demolition
DEMOLITION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of demolition for English Language Learners
: deliberate destruction of a building or other structure
DEMOLITION Defined for Kids
Definition of demolition for Students
: the act of destroying by breaking apart especially using explosives
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