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ANGER: Protesters try to tear down a cement wall built to prevent them from reaching parliament near Tahrir Square, in Cairo.
EERIE: Workers move in before dawn to tear down school where the girls were shot' BULLDOZED: Scene of the school horror' KILLER: Roberts
Investigators are expected to decide whether to tear down the terminal, which was opened last June after being delayed twice by safety concerns, reported The Associated Press.
The diocese of Fredericton has decided to tear down St.
Galatians 3:28 (New International Version) Wouldn't it be great if we could tear down all the walls that divide us racial, social and gender.
Even if the city were to tear down the site, they would have to consider the decommissioning costs into the land value to try to recoup money, and that would be too expensive.
When the city finally shut down construction, Eisner's lawyer asked for the right to tear down the protruding bit, and a local judge eventually issued restraining orders to both sides.
Stella also sparked a row last year over plans to tear down an old chapel to build a pounds 1m fashion studio and shop.
Reinforcement and consistency of the actions of the few at the top either build up or tear down these values.
Even as Mexican President Vicente Fox, and his Marxist foreign minister Jorge Castaneda, demand that the United States effectively tear down its border with Mexico, the Mexican government is working to shut down its own southern border with Guatemala, reported the August 13th Washington Times.
Some companies are beginning to tear down their former silo approach to different risks for a more holistic system guided by enterprise risk management.