office building

NOUN
  1. a building containing offices where work is done
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How To Use office building In A Sentence

  • In 1974 campaigners occupied the office building to protest about it being left empty during a housing crisis. Times, Sunday Times
  • Will you operate out of a storefront or office building?
  • You'd think that the fact it took place, not in a makeshift basement church or at a remote backwoods campsite, but in a Senate office building, might have attracted considerable media frenzy.
  • In our office building there is a hard and fast rule against smoking.
  • [email protected], yes I do, a petition is a wall that seperates cubicles in an office building. Think Progress » Pataki Calls RomneyCare ‘Unconstitutional,’ Joins Growing Conservative Opposition To Mass. Reform
  • He stood in the shadows of a downtown Manhattan office building, shielded from the cold, driving rainstorm by the scaffold overhead and the leather trench coat covering his body.
  • Take the case of a deal between a special servicer and the owner of a pair of distressed three-story suburban office buildings on Long Island, N.Y., known as the Fountains at Lake Success. Loan Wrangling on the Rise
  • Birth control funding, the Americorps volunteer program, public broadcasting, the community-oriented policing program and a "weatherization" program to insulate homes and office buildings also would be eliminated. Reuters: Top News
  • In 1862, it set up its office building following the blueprint of the British firm of architects.
  • The British team found no survivors yesterday - only a body in the wreckage of an office building. The Sun
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