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  • Within eight months, enough funds had been collected to erect a new building.
  • At the same time was erected a new hospital store. Cited from Account of the English Colony in New South Wales, Vol. 2, David Collins
  • They began a movement to secure property and funds to erect a new, modern building.
  • This society proposes to erect a new church, further down town, before long. Cited from The Bay State Monthly, Vol. II, No. 6, March, 1885, by Various
  • The funds were also used to buy a library and to erect a new school building.
  • As his family grew, he decided to pull down part of the building and erect a new wing.
  • He said he intended to erect a new building on the spot where the school and tavern house formerly stood. Cited from The Son of Monte-Cristo, Volume II (of 2), by Alexandre Dumas pere
  • A suggestion was then made to erect a new high school.
  • He erected a new building on the same site, in the Gothic Style of architecture.
  • They soon decided to gather funds to erect a new building.
  • The district used this money to erect a new building for lower grades for children who lived south of the railroad tracks.
  • These new diocese helped erect a new high school, new elementary schools & parishes.
  • In the following summer the station and its owner raised funds to erect a new antenna.
  • In erecting a new building, we generally use the few materials of the old, as far as they will extend. Cited from An History of Birmingham (1783), by William Hutton
  • In 1904, Brown erected a new building for the store and post office.
  • After much debate, leaders decided to erect a new structure and began soliciting funds.
  • By erecting a new building because some other banker has done so, the second individual does more than imitate. Cited from Increasing Efficiency In Business, by W.D. Scott
  • The first error was the scheme for erecting a new meeting- house. Cited from Reminiscences of Sixty Years in Public Affairs, Vol. 1, George Boutwell
  • In the 18th century, the city corporation recommended that the bishop erect a new building.
  • They therefore erected a new family, Tricarinidae, to accommodate this single genus and species.
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