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building

 [bil´ding]
constructing; forming something by putting parts together.
complex relationship building in the nursing interventions classification, a nursing intervention defined as establishing a therapeutic relationship with a patient who has difficulty interacting with others.
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The Prime Minister s Better Public Building Award is the pinnacle of this awards ceremony.
There is a zero tolerance for active drug use in public buildings and we will be putting into place a plan to address that,'' Mr.
GSA's Public Buildings Service is the landlord for the civilian federal government overseeing an inventory of 340 million square feet of workspace in more than 8,000 public and private buildings accommodating one million federal employees in 2,100 American communities.
The main goal of these audits is to identify cost-effective energy saving measures and to promote energy conservation in public buildings, and therefore reduce the rate of expenditures of public money and reduce GHG emissions.
Administrator Perry noted that, "During Joe's tenure with GSA, he transformed the Public Buildings Service into a customer-centric organization.
In the United Kingdom can we hope to achieve at least the qualities of new public building and space that are regularly generated in Scandinavia, Germany, Spain and France?
What we're seeing is a new sensitivity to aesthetics in public building - and that's a great thing,'' said Daniel R.
3895 in the House of Representatives, would ignore court precedents and permit display of the Decalogue "on or within" any public building, which would include public schools, courthouses and municipal buildings.
Conduct a detailed energy audit (complex building systems) of 8 public buildings in ZDK, Federation of BiH .
We ask that you join Liverpool Football Club, Everton Football Club and others in signing the e-petition, calling for the Government to install defibrillators in all public buildings by 2017.
While architecture can help to build communities beyond the private house, the design of public buildings in America is a more difficult territory for young architects to negotiate.
2068, a bill "to revise, codify, and enact without substantive change certain general and permanent laws, related to public buildings, property, and works, as title 40, United States Code, 'Public Buildings, Property, and Works'.

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