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structure

n. anything built on land from a shed to a highrise. (See: real property, premises)

structure

(Composition), noun arrangement, constitution, design, disposition, essence, fabric, form, formation, layout, make up, organization, pattern, plan, set up, shape, style, substance

structure

(Edifice), noun building, establishment, erection, location, premises
Associated concepts: corporate structure
See also: arrangement, body, complex, composition, configuration, construction, contour, corpus, delineation, development, edifice, fabricate, form, formation, motif, order, outline, shape, temperament
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Award winners in the NCSEA Excel lence in Structural Engineering Awards program will be announced at a banquet at the conclusion of NCSEA's Annual Conference, to be held Oct.
The parts are bonded with Dow's Betamate LESA structural adhesive, which requires no primer or surface preparation.
Of particular interest to the NICHD are applications proposing to study embryonic developmental defects of generalized body patterning and localized anomalies of the skeletal, nervous, and visceral systems that lead to clinically significant congenital structural malformations.
Presently, the structural rigidities in the labor market lead to higher unemployment, not to inflation.
The city, the client, the architect, the structural engineer, and the multitude of others that had contributed to realization of the project took understandable pride in what had been created.
He was a master of all the structural materials -- stone, concrete, cast metals and membranes and sometimes used daring combinations of disparate materials i.
Such information, when combined with elastic electron diffraction, is important in determining structural models, especially when a material consists of multiple phases.
The examining agent believed the raised floor to be a structural component of the building (i.
Restricted structural gene polymorphism in the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex indicates evolutionarily recent global dissemination.
De Novo's proprietary algorithms can convert information from structural genomics and medicinal chemistry rapidly into new chemical designs, maximizing value within a pharmaceutical partner's research portfolio.
Working within a single project model, structural engineers and designers can now design in 3D; produce accurate structural drawings; apply concrete reinforcing steel directly to the drawing; and generate quantity take-off reports.
Because castings can easily apply shape to structural requirements, most casting designs are used to statically or dynamically control forces.

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