undemolished

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The 24,203-square-foot school, originally built in 1952, will be mostly demolished and reconstructed, with the undemolished portion of the building renovated.
The scars of division are still visible in places like the East Side Gallery, an undemolished mile-long section of the wall along the Spree River now decorated with cartoonish, but often still touching, agitprop mural paintings.
The game continues until only one person has some undemolished ship(s).
George's Portico from Jonson's Prince Henry's barriers (1610) was introduced by one of the figures: What place is this so bright that doth remain Yet undemolished? or but late built?
Before leaving Cairo, Werkmeister warned: "If left undemolished the existing section is going to attract unwanted urban expansion that could do great harm to the site".
citizens still drive past undemolished, burnt buildings, they still can't agree on what happened or what to call it: Riot, Civil Disturbance, Civic Unrest, Rebellion, Insurrection, and there are 20 more names.