abuilding

[uh-bil-ding]
adjective
in the process of building or being built.

Origin:
1525–35; a-1 + build + -ing2

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The architect has no need to plan, since this communal house is not yet abuilding and will never be.
By using the first version and not specifying any blockages, the user can model evacuation of abuilding with no fire occurring.
The egress path was temporarily routed through abuilding emergency exit, and the radiation monitor alarm was silenced.
The data are available generally and should be useful for testing computational fluid dynamical models for flow around abuilding.
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