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e duh fuhs

  • n  a structure that has a roof and walls and stands more or less permanently in one place
    it was an imposing edifice

  • From a distance it is an imposing edifice that rises above the surrounding buildings like a giant spaceship about to take off.
  • As the extent of the sub-prime loan crisis became apparent, the edifice of many a financial institution came tumbling down.
  • The brick edifice was built in 1920 and has kept everything from its squares of the marble floor to the golden door handles intact.
News & Articles

  • Up Close With Casio's Latest Edifice Surf Watch
    With summer coming and surf season in full swing, I thought I'd take a closer look at the Casio EMA100-1AV Edifice watch with tide graph and moon-phase data. Casio is best known for their G-Shock line of beefy (and some would say ugly) plastic sports watches so this steel-cased model is a departure for the brand. Casio announced the watch in April and it is on sale now for $250.
    June 16, 2013 - TechCrunch
  • VIDEOS: Ecovative Design builds small, 'green' house
    GREEN ISLAND — The tiny house built by Ecovative Design is being transported this weekend to an event in Vermont to showcase the edifice, about the size of a shed, built with insulation made from mushroom roots.
    June 14, 2013 - The Troy Record
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    Workers set the 60,000-pound piece on the rotunda of the new judicial building Wednesday morning. It was the last piece of structural steel on the edifice. (COURTESY PHOTO)
    June 14, 2013 - The Pueblo Chieftain

  • Sid Ganis in Forbes
    In his hands, the museum will "become a very important LA edifice," Ganis said.
  • John Howard in Independent Online
    If we are going to adopt an attitude that says just because a human error has been made, then the whole edifice of our anti-terrorism laws are to be brought under some kind of scrutiny and review, then that would be a huge mistake,Howard said.
  • Manmohan Singh in Expressindia.com
    The edifice of peace that we wish to build must stand on the twin pillars of mutual trust and confidence,Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said a week ago. "Of course, trends of cross-border terrorism and violence make that task more...

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