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  • But I think my idea that juːˈtɒksɪtə is an abomination remains undemolished, and John now seems to agree with it.

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  • By the way, judging from the way that the reindeer head is undemolished, while the rest of him is flatter than a crepe, I'd say that he was run over from behind----Cake Forsenics

    Grandma Gets Revenge

  • Future plans - imaginings of the possibility of leaving a furnished flat ( 'chambers') that we have at Baker Street & taking an unfurnished flat north of Baker Street to remain in George's Home Guard district, with the idea that we might both live in this flat - probably to be frustrated by continued lack of five shillings to spend & increasing scarcity of undemolished flats & perhaps by our ceasing to live anywhere.

    Another piece of the puzzle

  • I cannot omit that there are several public edifices in this city and in the neighbourhood, as the hospitals and the building adjoining near the east gate; and towards the north a piece of an old monastery undemolished, and which is still preserved to the religion, being the residence of some private Roman Catholic gentlemen, where they have an oratory, and, as they say, live still according to the rules of St. Benedict.

    From London to Land's End

  • I cannot omit that there are several public edifices in this city and in the neighbourhood, as the hospitals and the building adjoining near the east gate; and towards the north a piece of an old monastery undemolished, and which is still preserved to the religion, being the residence of some private Roman Catholic gentlemen, where they have an oratory, and, as they say, live still according to the rules of St. Benedict.

    From London to Land's End

  • I cannot omit that there are several public edifices in this city and in the neighbourhood, as the hospitals and the building adjoining near the east gate; and towards the north a piece of an old monastery undemolished, and which is still preserved to the religion, being the residence of some private Roman Catholic gentlemen, where they have an oratory, and, as they say, live still according to the rules of St. Benedict.

    From London to Land's End

  • Moreover the tombs were constructed in the dry desert or in the solid hillside, whereas the dwelling-houses were situated on the damp earth, where they had little chance of remaining undemolished.

    The Treasury of Ancient Egypt Miscellaneous Chapters on Ancient Egyptian History and Archaeology

  • Invergarrie, part of the walls of which remain undemolished, rose as a memento of his architectural taste.

    Memoirs of the Jacobites of 1715 and 1745. Volume I.

  • Newark -- Newark undemolished, but humbled by some whim of the advancing Martians.

    The War of the Worlds (Original Radio Broadcast)

  • But seeking to avoid all inhumane and unchristian-like actions, Phips announces that he will be content with 'a present surrender of your forts and castles, undemolished, and the King's and other stores, unimbezzled, with a seasonable delivery of all captives; together with a surrender of all your persons and estates to my dispose; upon the doing whereof, you may expect mercy from me, as

    The Fighting Governer : A Chronicle of Frontenac

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