Right before us, at the southern end, we saw the wreck of a ship in the last stages of dilapidation
The gondola stopped, the old palace was there; it was a house of the class which in Venice carries even in extreme dilapidation
the dignified name.
Whereupon Uncle Alec engaged to supply her with socks in all stages of dilapidation
, and to have a new set at once, so that she could run the heels for him as a pleasant beginning.
There was likewise, at times, a vein of something like poetry in him; it was the moss or wall-flower of his mind in its small dilapidation
, and gave a charm to what might have been vulgar and commonplace in his earlier and middle life.
Catherine's library was select, and its state of dilapidation
proved it to have been well used, though not altogether for a legitimate purpose: scarcely one chapter had escaped, a pen-and-ink commentary - at least the appearance of one - covering every morsel of blank that the printer had left.
On this side the dilapidation
and disorder of the premises had reached their height.
Yet all this was apart from any extraordinary dilapidation
It was in a state of dilapidation
quite equal to our expectation.
Norris were seldom good friends; their acquaintance had begun in dilapidations
, and their habits were totally dissimilar.
was left alone among the dilapidations
of the supper table, in a melancholy attitude.
Mr Marsden advises investors, landlords, public sector bodies and occupiers on a broad range of complex property law including right to light, dilapidation
, property insolvency, lease renewals and forfeiture.
Dans les banques publiques, cela est assimile, par la force de la loi, a une dilapidation
de deniers publics.