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- v. Present participle of raze.
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- n. complete destruction of a building
- n. the event of a structure being completely demolished and leveled
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Those who have gone over there ... have had two principal methods for extirpating and razing from the face of the earth those miserable nations.
Rep. Lou Lang (D-Skokie) said that while he expresses support for NIU students and faculty, he does not support the idea of razing Cole Hall with taxpayer money.
When my older daughter was around two, she asked me if I was "razing".
Talk of "razing" their culture is itself revelatory of primitive and genocidal beliefs
"Talk of "razing" their culture is itself revelatory of primitive and genocidal beliefs, and our own current and historical behaviors domestically and abroad reveal our own readiness to behave savagely."
Talk of "razing" their culture is itself revelatory of primitive and genocidal beliefs, and our own current and historical behaviors domestically and abroad reveal our own readiness to behave savagely.
While Shin Bet, the Israel Security Agency, has yet to officially rule that the attacks were politically motivated, Israeli authorities are keen to crack down on East Jerusalem residents: Jerusalem witnesses the intensive presence of police and armed citizens, and officials expedite procedures that would authorize punitive measures, such as razing the perpetrator's family home, expelling the families of Palestinians involved in attacks against Israelis and revoking the Israeli identity cards of their immediate relatives.
Del Valle mentioned the midnight razing of Meigs Field, which Daley did without permission.
Yet, few studies to date have sought to examine the environmental impacts of razing old buildings and erecting new structures in their place.
The Homs onslaught was 30 years to the day when President Hafez al-Assad, the father of the current president, put down a Muslim Brotherhood uprising by razing the city.
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