But Sarah Palin, perhaps unwittingly, found a way to short circuit this whole diminution and demolition process.
The demolition work also is predicted to be more complicated because of inactive utility lines.
demolition will begin in 2015, and developers plan housing and a shopping complex for the site.
Their home probably will be devastated, too, but they received no demolition notice.
If the demolition of capitalism is not practical, it might also be unwise.
Only in one instance was the demolition of a shrine marked by anything peculiar.
After the demolition of that party he voted with the Democrats.
Those hills consist chiefly of sandstones which have been preserved from demolition by an overlying sheet of basalt-rock.
Was it the secret of the thoroughness with which the work of demolition was done?
This generous thought occurred to Me in church when I was returning thanks for the demolition of the library of Louvain.
1540s, from Old French demolition (14c.) "demolition; defeat, rout," from Latin demolitionem (nominative demolitio), noun of action from past participle stem of demoliri (see demolish). Mencken noted demolition engineer for "house-wrecker" by 1936. Demolition derby is recorded from 1956, American English, defined by OED as "a contest in which old cars are battered into one another, the last one running being declared the winner."