Production companies he was working with discovered that he had a twin brother in the renovation industry.
Every renovation generates more than enough home equity to cover the cost, because prices go nowhere but up.
Despite promises of renovation by the Lebanese government, no major progress has been made in restoration.
Mike Rogers: Leakers Must ‘Close their Yaps’ Call it a home(land security) renovation.
I've been through one renovation too many know that this two-year time frame for completion is pie-in-the-sky malarkey.
Such a renovation of damaged goods had never before been seen on Spangler's premises.
He told of his return to Bayport, and the renovation of the old house.
Before the period of its renovation, the Registry of Chester was as inefficient and exacting as the other three we have described.
Disease weakens the tree, making the expense of renovation greater.
There is a peculiar sort of renovation of an old tree that sometimes occurs, and has taken place in this.
c.1400, renovacyoun "spiritual rebirth," also "rebuilding, reconstruction," from Middle French renovation (13c.), or directly from Latin renovationem (nominative renovatio) "a renewing, renewal; a rest," noun of action from past participle stem of renovare "renew, restore," from re- "again" (see re-) + novare "make new," from novus "new" (see new).