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a usually permanent construction, such as a house or store

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Dans un communique, le ministere fait egalement partie de la convention conclue pour le traitement des edifices menacant ruine a Casablanca pour une enveloppe de 1.
Une fois qu'une sculpture est taillee dans la pierre des edifices du Parlement de notre pays, elle y reste.
28 (BNA): Works Affairs Undersecretary at the Ministry of Works, Municipalities Affairs & Urban Planning, Ahmed Al Khayyat, inspected the National Charter Edifice, accompanied by Building Maintenance Director, Huda Mirza, and a number of engineers from the Ministry.
According to Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Isesco), Sharjah's selection is based on its long history of disseminating science, culture and knowledge, and its edifices that sum up an entire history in their architecture.
Le Tribunal administratif avait annule, en novembre dernier, un arrete judiciaire selon lequel la Cite Zoweil avait droit aux edifices et batiments installes sur les terrains de l'Universite Al Nil.
Film Festival group for example--it can foster the Edifice Complex.
As the title character treks through the edifices of his life--"from the schoolhouse to the prisonhouse to the poorhouse to the madhouse to the sick-house" (46)--he finds each edifice, like "the flesh itself," "an edifice in ruin" (44).
In 'Personnages edifices meles' she underlines the monstrosity of architectural metaphor by reading L'Homme qui rit the light of Les Travailleurs de la mer: Corleone-lodge exhibits the splendour of an undersea grotto with Josiane as the octopus lurking within its depths (pp.
The final chapter harshly scrutinizes the war in Iraq and the looting and vandalism of Iraqi libraries and other cultural edifices during the American occupation.
The Hidden Records: The Star of the Gods" is a new and iconoclastic analysis of coded information presented in ancient or prehistoric structures such as the pyramids of Egypt, Stonehenge, and the ancient edifices of both the Americas.
The colonnaded edifices, invented as a building style in 600 B.
Now we have with us today a third revolutionary, intellectual revolutionary, perhaps I should qualify, who has overturned soaring edifices of accredited wisdom and knowledge dating back as far as Aristotle.
Scores of the nation's crumbling historic edifices are shown in all their dilapidated grandeur and viewers vote for their favourite.
To answer this question they trace a fascinating path through architectural history, concentrating on the progression from symbolic load-bearing massive edifices to the conceptual and physical separation of skin and structure in modern architecture, The tension between the latter has in recent years been focused on the building's surface, which has become a canvas for stylistic extremes, generating vacuous and anonymous city office blocks and redundant historical pastiche.