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On "T and P," by contrast, supervisors check the work way more frequently and "redos" are the order of the day.
Open "redos," earning the nickname The Open Doctor.
Ms. La Bonté, who has seen all kinds of Eichler redos, said she approves of this one.
Jean-Baptiste Mondino Philippe Starck Though perhaps lacking the cachet of his redos of boutique hotels (The Royalton, Delano, Hudson, Paramount) or collectible status of his spider-esque juicer for Alessi (or $300 million yacht built for Russian billioniare Andrey Melnichenko), Philippe Starck's latest creation, the SensoWash Starck "shower-toilet" (aka bidet-toilet) for Duravit, exhibits the designer's trademark ability to make everyday objects—from toothbrushes and trains to watches and chairs—exponentially sleeker and chic-er.
"People are staying in houses because they can't sell ... and they will put money into energy savings: windows, siding, new doors," said Mike Whalen of Dutchess Building Specialists in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Some might want a major renovation if they're empty-nesters finally able to spend on themselves, or if they're planning to "age in place," but generally over-the-top redos are a thing of the past, he said.
Homeowners looking to remodel will find contractors willing to negotiate
Secondly, they can force the banks into settlements with individual homeowners that really take a bite out of their profits, complete with foreclosure redos and damages for harmed homeowners.
Mary Bottari: Fraudclosure: Will State AGs Step Up to Their Moment in History?
I feel bad for all the people who lost a fortune on architectural redos trying to satisfy the committee.
An apartment bunker in your neighborhood? If it's "delightful." (Jack Bog's Blog)
The tagline underscores that "there are no redos in real life."
Oprah helping to raise awareness about not using phones while driving
"I think he would like to have some redos," Mr. Murphy said, praising Mr. Robinson for being his own "harshest critic." and indicating this is an important year.
In 2011, Americans, despite the bitter aftertastes of the recession, will be offering redos to possibly even the most egregious corporate and celebrity wrongdoers.
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