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ska fuhl ding

  • n  a system of scaffolds
  • v  provide with a scaffold for support

  • For tile rest, Professor Coulton himself describes the book as a scaffolding by which young students may climb to chisel details on the monument of knowledge.
  • Each of them consists of a steel scaffolding between 90 and 120 ft.
  • It provided the scaffolding within which Torvalds' kernel ("Linux") could hang.
News & Articles

  • Salvation Army Denies Lawyer's Scaffolding Claim
    Thrift store owner disputes claim they prevented protective scaffolding from being installed on the store's roof before deadly collapse. Photo Credit: AP
    June 14, 2013 - NBC Philadelphia
  • Salvation Army: What scaffolding?
    The Salvation Army says it has no proof that a demolition contractor asked to put protective scaffolding on its Center City roof.
    June 14, 2013 -
  • All Clean!: Some scaffolding's coming down at St....
    Some scaffolding's coming down at St. Patrick's Cathedral. The first phase of a three-year, $170 million restoration has revived the iconic 1879-built church's facade, now partially unveiled, from dingy brown to creamy white. Square inch by square inch, it was...
    June 13, 2013 - Curbed New York

  • Allan Donald in
    Donald, perhaps South Africa's greatest fast bowler with 330 wickets in 72 Tests, says: "I went down to the ground specifically to have a look at Freddie. I sat on the scaffolding with my binoculars to have a look at him bowling. He talked to me...
  • Mark Holland in News1130
    Liberal Mark Holland said the plan is "more scaffolding than anything else because were 15 months deep into this process. We're still not getting any details."
  • Louise Arbour in USA Today
    Louise Arbour, the UN high commissioner for human rights, said the council should rededicate itself to the "scaffolding of human rights" enunciated by former President Franklin D. Roosevelt, whose widow, Eleanor, was the first chairwoman of the...

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