Definition of teardown
: the act or process of disassembling
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Across Charlotte, the teardowns show no signs of slowing.
But the Forsythe move stood alone — one the front office saw a one-off trade of talent for talent — and the large-scale teardown never came.
The deal should keep the Clippers in the postseason mix next season and put to bed growing speculation that the franchise was headed for a full-scale teardown following Paul’s departure.
In the tack room, the floors are reclaimed from another barn teardown, the walls are oak plywood trimmed in off-the-rack molding from Home Depot and the ceiling is standard beadboard.
This is not the first time that building disputes have led to demands for a teardown.
Although downtown has made a comeback, massive teardowns from the 1970s through 2000s destroyed its good bones and cohesion.
Is a teardown/rebuild completely out of the question?
Because Brown's approach at this teardown and rebuild is the greatest commitment to true change the Browns have tried yet.
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