Construction is one of the most talked about topics in Australia.
It’s so much fun to read about, and to watch people building in the city and in the suburbs, but what exactly does it mean?
The key is to look up the construction term in a dictionary.
It can help you find out how it’s spelled, and what the context is, such as in the words “urban construction” or “urban dwelling”.
The dictionary has a handy word search tool, so you can try to work out if you’re using the right one.
“Urban construction” In the dictionary, “urban” means a building or structure in which the same material is used in more than one location.
For example, a house built from bricks, timber, or stone would be “urban”.
But this doesn’t mean you’ll always be building a house with bricks and timber.
“urban residential” means housing that is built by a group of people.
For instance, a new house built for a young couple in a house that has three bedrooms, a bathroom, a kitchen and a living room.
This house will be “an urban residential”.
But “urban residence” means someone living in a building with their own rooms, and therefore can be considered to be “unurban”.
So, if you want to be more specific, “suspects” and “sources” are two ways to refer to someone living on the same property.
“The construction industry” means the building and construction of structures such as roads, buildings, houses and apartments.
For “urban buildings”, this is “urban”, but for “urban dwellings”, it’s “urban building”.
“The building industry” is also used for building structures like houses and restaurants.
“Building services” is the industry in which workers, contractors and contractors and subcontractors work together to construct structures.
It includes building materials and labour.
“Rural housing” is an urban construction term that means housing built by people living in rural areas.
“Sustained employment” means work that’s not part of the construction industry but which has been part of it for a long time.
It is usually a job that involves working in a company or a part-time role in a household.
“Dwelling accommodation” is a term that describes accommodation in which people live.
For some people, this can be the same building as a hotel or a house, or it can be a place where a person can work or study.
The definition of “residential dwelling” can also be very different.
“Occupational health and safety” is when people are exposed to dangerous or unsafe working conditions.
For people living on a farm, this could be a house or a farm.
For a person living in the inner city, it could be an apartment.
The construction industry and the construction of dwellings are not necessarily mutually exclusive.
You can find out more about construction in the Australian Construction Industry.
The dictionary also has a list of construction terms.
If you want a quick reference, there are a number of ways to search the dictionary.
The first way is to use the search box in the upper right corner.
You will see “search” on the right hand side of the search bar.
This gives you a list that lists construction terms by construction area.
You could also enter a keyword or search phrase to narrow your search.
For more general construction search, there’s the “complete construction” search box.
It also has some helpful links on its main page.
Searching construction term A quick look at the construction terms You can also search the construction dictionary by searching the search field.
This will give you a page with a list with construction terms, sorted by the date they were added to the dictionary in the last 100 years.
The search field gives you more options than a dictionary, such on whether to use a certain word or phrase.
You also can use the “Advanced Search” option to get a more detailed search of the dictionary by using the keywords.
“City and rural” means you’re in a city or rural area, where you’re located, or you live.
“Industrial construction” means buildings and structures that are constructed by or for a group or organisation of people who are working in the same location or the same industry.
“Land use” means land used for the production, storage or processing of goods, services, or products.
This includes the countryside and city, where it includes public buildings.
“Public housing” means residential accommodation that is not part the construction process.
It means a house where a single room or apartment is used as a home, a hotel, or a restaurant.
“Private dwellings” means accommodation that’s rented out to people living separately, and does not include a house.
“Residential” means people living or working on a building site or in an enclosed structure.
For residential buildings, you can find the building type, the length of time it’s