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Today's words : Adjourn , Demolish , Equitable
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4-Adjourn /əˈdʒɜːn $ -ɜːrn/: Stop for a short time
5-Demolish:/dɪˈmɒlɪʃ $ dɪˈmɑː-/: Destroy
6-Equitable : /ˈekwətəbəl/ : Treating all people in a fair and equal way
After years of legal battles, the judge finally ruled that the building must be demolished. The property owners had fought hard to keep it standing, but it was beyond repair and posed a safety hazard to the community. However, the judge wanted to ensure an equitable outcome for everyone involved. Before adjourning the case, he ordered the property owners to compensate the tenants who would be displaced by the demolition. It was a difficult decision, but ultimately the most fair and just for all parties involved.
Why did the judge decide to adjourn the court case about the old building? He wanted to give the demolition crew an equitable chance to catch up! But in all seriousness, the crew had been working tirelessly to demolish the building, and the judge wanted to ensure that their efforts were not in vain. He decided to adjourn the case and give them more time to complete the demolition. And who knows, maybe by the time they're done, they'll have found a more equitable solution to the rubble problem!
In the heart of the city, a building stands tall,
But the years have not been kind, it's time for a fall.
The judge ruled to demolish, it was the only way,
To keep the community safe, and the people okay.
Before the decision, the judge did adjourn,
To ensure an equitable solution, the people should earn.
And though it may be tough to see, a new beginning awaits,
A safer and brighter future, free from the building's fate.
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