fire-damaged

fire-damaged

adj
1. (Building) damaged by fire or in a fire
2. (Insurance) damaged by fire or in a fire
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This fire-damaged house in <B Tredegar had a guide price of PS1 at an auction held in Cardiff last night
A COUNTY Durham fire-damaged pub with building plot is for sale at just PS100,000.
THE controversial Sonae factory sparked anger today after announcing plans to start the reconstruction of its fire-damaged plant.
Summary: BEIRUT: The Association for Forest Development and Conservation (AFDC) has organized a reforestation campaign in the fire-damaged area surrounding Mar Abda monastery in the town of Maad, Jbeil.
The semi-detached home was empty yesterday although fire-damaged items, including the pram, nappies and baby clothes, were strewn across the front lawn.
In December, Raincountry was issued a $160,000 building permit to construct a new two-story building at the same location, replacing their current fire-damaged one.
He said: "The investigation is continuing and the fire-damaged buildings are being demolished bit-by-bit as the investigation goes on.
The fire-damaged East 90th Street ferry landing will be rehabilitated to provide increased ferry service for Upper East Side neighborhoods.
She helps out a neighbor and a former classmate, adopts some sparrows and a hawk, and welcomes a mute, fire-damaged boy to come stay in her house.
To date, b*cause has helped raise enough donations to plant 2,000 trees, which will help restore fire-damaged forests through AMERICAN FORESTS' Wildfire ReLeaf program.
A sort of miner, Rondepierre tries to extract from these forgotten archives frames in which strange anomalies appear: a faded gesture or text, nitrate flowing across a face, bodies that have turned an incandescent red in a fire-damaged porno film.