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  • Rep. Anna Eshoo, whose congressional district includes Moffett Field, has asked for a $10 million appropriation to re-side the building.

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  • I'd like to find a low maintenance material to re-side the home with that keeps its characteristic "Cherokee Red" color, is extremely cost effective, easy to install and help insulate more effectively.

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  • After inspecting the outside of the house, he announced he would have to replace a few rotting boards and shutters, and re-side the house's front facade.

    Danielle Crittenden: The Reno: When Your Builder Is More Important Than You Are

  • Plans to re-side and paint the house, install new windows, remodel the kitchen and anything else Shelby might need are still in the works.

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  • Plans to re-side and paint the house, install new windows, remodel the kitchen and anything else Shelby might need are still in the works.

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  • - A couple want to re-side their home in Earth-friendly metal, but city ordinances won't allow it - unless they are changed.

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  • The couple's request to re-side the entire house with metal has prompted the city to reconsider an ordinance that bans the use of sheet metal for exterior facing on buildings.

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  • ` dwell 'and re-side ` put new siding on,' preposition and preposition, recreation and re-creation, light-housekeeping and lighthouse-keeping.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol IX No 3

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