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  • This is raw lumber cost, but will after normal profiteering by all concerned, will raise the monthly mortgage payment by $70-110 on new-built homes, while raising re-modeling costs by thirty percent.

    Housing Bubble, Again, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • All three buildings were constructed from brick and mortar, layer upon layer, with thick walls, domes, and arches, so that they would endure in their unsullied, new-built splendor five hundred years from now.

    Shadow Princess

  • Sophie Crybacce drove into York and turned down Queen Street beneath the walls of the ancient city, across Lendal Bridge, then left in front of the towering splendour of the Minster and out of the city to the expensive northern side, to the village of Pocklington, to the Viking-inspired named Foss Avenue, to number 12, her new-built, airy, split-level house.

    The Devil's Bedpost

  • Today new-built houses have four, five, or six bedrooms, each with its own bath, and are equipped with every sort of luxury.

    This House Turns and Returns, Too

  • Asperges me, nor other impertinent application of words spoken upon another occasion; but a decent and rational speech, and such as in making to God a present of his new-built house was most conformable to the occasion.

    Leviathan

  • While Germany will not sell them to just anybody it refused Turkey, for instance, the fire-sale process for those countries that are on the approved list make serious consideration of new-built Western 6th generation tanks like the American M1 Abrams, British Challenger, or French LeClerc virtually impossible.

    Ideology and ignorance, a toxic mix

  • These would be the 4/101st, which is the first to fly the new-built Sikorksy UH-60M; as well as the 7/101st, which is the first unit equipped with the new Boeing CH-47F Chinook.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  •     Come from Larius, haste to leave the new-built

    Poems and Fragments

  • Yet I want to be down, said he; for I had just finished, as I came up, the new-built house I design to present to my nephew when he marries.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • Independents and one for the Quakers; the first is as large and as fine a building of that kind as most on this side of England, and the inside the best finished of any I have seen, London not excepted; that for the Independents is a handsome new-built building, but not so gay or so large as the other.

    A Tour through the Eastern Counties of England, 1722

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