Berzins hopes that if the theater chooses to stay open, owners “will go in and do some remodeling.”
Forty years and one month of remodeling later, Zane had finally readied Further for its first long-haul journey.
Even when the job market picks up, however, parents may find they need to put off remodeling Junior's room into a home office.
However, she said, he had recently attempted some sort of remodeling, but never completed it.
During the remodeling, the Straights lived in the spring house, which they called “The Cottage.”
We have much cleaning and remodeling to do before we are ready to receive visitors.
It was more like the remodeling of Japan, which we have seen in our day, than anything that had been earlier known.
It is not a creation that is demanded—simply a remodeling or expansion.
Doesn't that ask for a remodeling of the accepted theory of good and evil?
According to actual record, only $2,798 was spent on remodeling.
remodeling re·mod·el·ing (rē-mŏd'l-ĭng)
A cyclical process by which bone maintains a dynamic steady state through resorption and formation of a small amount of bone at the same site.