Thesaurus / erecting


By 1941 college presidents and administrators had erected a lucrative arrangement focused on football.

There, the Peruvian government is spending millions of dollars to preserve the city’s drainage systems while installing roof coverings and erecting protective scaffolding.

Other times, the shots lessen the chance of infection, but don’t completely eliminate it because influenza viruses mutate quickly and can slip by immune defenses erected by even well-matched vaccines.

The state can issue fines of up to $15,000 a day to property owners who erect illegal shoreline structures.

Astronomers could use the infrastructure to hold conferences, for instance, or they could erect a small array of radio dishes that could at least partially fill the hole left by the fallen giant.

I agree that if everyone decided to erect a metal masterpiece on inaccessible public lands, we’d have a problem.

Mr. R. M. Watts was the architect, and the cost of erecting and equipping the building, exclusive of books, was 3234.

In Figures 220 and 221 is a drawing of a connecting rod drawn, put together as it would be for the lathe, vise or erecting shop.

It has been compelled to face German militarism by erecting a system of universal military training.

A School History of the Great WarAlbert E. McKinley, Charles A. Coulomb, and Armand J. Gerson

You are not like a master-builder planning and erecting a house.

Our Lady Saint MaryJ. G. H. Barry


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