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Millions of pounds has been wasted by Middlesbrough Council and now Erimus Housing by pulling down these well-built properties, citing anti-social behaviour as the prime reason for the destruction of much-needed social housing.
Fathi, a well-built man, said he only went out with old women for money, which he needed because he had no steady job.
I still find it hard to believe that, during a press conference, Zeffirelli called me well-built and said I had an 'inadequate' voice for the role of Violetta.
Jim and Kleiwerks recognized that by getting small, beautiful, and well-built natural structures on the ground, building officials would have the opportunity to see them first-hand.
It is a well-respected, well-built product," Michaud says.
He is described as 6ft 4in tall, very well-built with a shaved head and facial stubble.
I am tall, well-built and what you would call a man's man.
The man who was armed with the handgun was described as 6ft tall, well-built, wearing a balaclava, blue jeans, black gloves and a combat jacket.
Farrin Gibson, AAW's yard manager, says, "The balers are well-built and dependable.
While the residences are well-designed and well-built, the housing itself is only half of the MBS story.
It was three years ago that Meiwes placed an Internet ad seeking "a young, well-built man" willing to be eaten.
Nothing clever, just a well-built, attractive building.