Build may refer to:
- The process of building or construction
- Physical body stature, especially muscle size; usually of the human body
- BUILD (Website), a website for people building or renovating their homes
- Build engine, a first-person shooter engine by 3D Realms
- Software build, a compiled version of software, or the process of producing it
- Build (song) a 1987 song by The Housemartins
- Build (film), a 2004 film
- Build, a final version of talent tree
Other articles related to "build, builds":
... with exposure to experiences and tools interns can use to build entrepreneurial careers that fit rural areas ... complete projects or carry out civic activities that build capacity for communities ... At the same time, interns to gain skills and build knowledge that enhances their career development and choices ...
... are to undertake infrastructure projects to carry on any infrastructure construction work on Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT), Build-Own-Operate-Transfer (BOOT), Build-Lease-Transfer (BLT), etc ...
... Visual Build is GUI software for Windows that enables software developers and build masters to create an automated, repeatable process for software builds ... It has built-in support for integrating various development tools into the build process ...
... The total cost of the build was some £5,584.7s.2d ... The comptroller for the build period, Thomas Cocks, was paid the grand sum of £50 and the build employed around 500 people using 147,000 bricks, 44,000 tiles at 4s per thousand, a thousand ...
... It has, since 2001, proposed to build a solar updraft tower power generating station known as Solar Tower Buronga in western New South Wales at a site 25 km northeast of Mildura. 2007, EnviroMission also claims to be conducting feasibility studies to build a tower or towers in Texas, U.S.A ... EnviroMission has recently stated that it was moving forward to build two 200 MW solar updraft towers in Arizona ...
Famous quotes containing the word build:
“While ... we cannot and must not hide our concern for grave world dangers, and while, at the same time, we cannot build walls around ourselves and hide our heads in the sand, we must go forward with all our strength to stress and to strive for international peace. In this effort America must and will protect herself.”
—Franklin D. Roosevelt (18821945)
“Never tell me that not one star of all
That slip from heaven at night and softly fall
Has been picked up with stones to build a wall.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
“... a family I know ... bought an acre in the country on which to build a house. For many years, while they lacked the money to build, they visited the site regularly and picnicked on a knoll, the sites most attractive feature. They liked so much to visualize themselves as always there, that when they finally built they put the house on the knoll. But then the knoll was gone. Somehow they had not realized they would destroy it and lose it by supplanting it with themselves.”
—Jane Jacobs (b. 1916)