fees will be levied for the erection of monuments
A building or other upright structure
An enlarged and rigid state of the penis, typically in sexual excitement
an erect penis
a structure that has been erected
erecting: the act of building or putting up
(erect) raise: construct, build, or erect; "Raise a barn"
(erect) upright in position or posture; "an erect stature"; "erect flower stalks"; "for a dog, an erect tail indicates aggression"; "a column still vertical amid the ruins"; "he sat bolt upright"
(erect) rear: cause to rise up
Penile erection is a physiological phenomenon where the penis becomes enlarged and firm. Penile erection is the result of a complex interaction of psychological, neural, vascular and endocrine factors, and is usually, though not exclusively, associated with sexual arousal. ...
(erect) To put up by the fitting together of materials or parts; To cause to stand up or out; Upright; vertical or reaching broadly upwards; Rigid, firm; standing out perpendicularly
(erect) To place a sign and sign support structure in its final location; install.
(Erect) Upright; perpendicular to the ground or point of attachment.
(erect) vertical or upright.
(ERECT) 1) See ‘appendix V’.
(ERECT) When used in connection with signs shall mean to build, construct, attach, hand, place, suspend, or affix and shall also include the painting of wall signs.
(Erect) (ee-REKT) -- A plant growing upright.
(Erect) Referring to the palpi when vertical, i.e. the axis of the palpi is at right angles to the axis of the body.
(Erect) To construct, build, raise, assemble, place, affix, attach, create, paint, draw, or in any other way bring into being or establish, but it shall not include any of the foregoing activities when performed as an incident to the change of advertising message or the normal maintenance or ...
(Erect) are standing up straight
(Erect) pricked (e.g. German Shepherd Dog, Pomeranian).
(erect) (v) işlеrgе, taģarģa
(erect) The plant has a clear center, fronds surrounding that point. Polystichum andersonii is strictly erect, in this case approaching a tree fern in form.
(erect) Upright; perpendicular; in cycads, used to describe the natural orientation of stems (e.g. the trunk of Dioon merolae) or of the most recent crown or flush of leaves (e.g. the crown of Ceratozamia norstogii). Cf. ...
(erect) standing out instead of drooping.
The on-site assembling of fabricated components to form a complete structure.
The process of setting vertical dimension stone into place.
The enlarged, rigid state of the penis when sexually aroused.