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BUILDBaltimoreans United in Leadership Development
BUILDBrooklyn United for Innovative Local Development (Brooklyn, NY)
BUILDBusinesses United in Investing, Lending and Development (Palo Alto, CA)
BUILDBuilding Undergraduate Involvement in the Life of Durham (Duke University)
BUILDBuilding Up Individual Lives Daily (in God)
BUILDBOI (Board of Investment) Unit for Industrial Linkage Development (Thailand)
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papa's just condemned it--says it won't do; and they've got to build another.
Without absolutely expressing a doubt whether the stalwart Puritan had acted as a man of conscience and integrity throughout the proceedings which have been sketched, they, nevertheless, hinted that he was about to build his house over an unquiet grave.
As I told Aunt Chloe this morning, I'll build our house all over, and you shall have a room for a parlor with a carpet on it, when I'm a man.
I got an old tin lamp and an iron ring, and went out in the woods and rubbed and rubbed till I sweat like an Injun, calculating to build a palace and sell it; but it warn't no use, none of the genies come.
This is in the supposition of his attachment continuing what it now is; but I do not know that I expect it will; I do not look upon him to be quite the sort of man I do not altogether build upon his steadiness or constancy.
Without considering that it was not in her mother's plan to keep any horse, that if she were to alter her resolution in favour of this gift, she must buy another for the servant, and keep a servant to ride it, and after all, build a stable to receive them, she had accepted the present without hesitation, and told her sister of it in raptures.
There was pride in his voice,--pardonable pride, I thought, for who of us would not be proud to be able to build his own house from floor to chimney?
Glidden, of world-tour fame, to build a telephone line between Boston and Lowell.
It has been a custom with princes, in order to hold their states more securely, to build fortresses that may serve as a bridle and bit to those who might design to work against them, and as a place of refuge from a first attack.
One is clearing a spot on the verge of the forest for his homestead; another is hewing the trunk of a fallen pine-tree, in order to build himself a dwelling; a third is hoeing in his field of Indian corn.
My father has forbidden us to return to his palace, so I shall build me a hut of branches, and dwell here.
man—” ver judgment—but it is in the catholique country dat dey build dc—vat you call—ah a ah-ha—la grande cathédrale—de big church.