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structure

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

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Due to the generally structureless nature of the debris flows they probably did not flow for a long distance and/or have a high water content, allowing for surging or sorting, whilst channel fills contain finer intraclasts that probably travelled into distal environments.
The peculiarities of the climatic conditions of the coastal zone of Latvia and Lithuania and non-coherent, structureless dune sand, on which the most popular species of conifers such as Pinus sylvestris, Picea excelsa and Pinus monticota grow, are the main reasons for riparian forest soil erosion.
These oppositely charged Coulomb forces (the first terms in (A1)), close to their respective cores, are the fundamental cause of the structureless electron and the structured proton.
We can speculate how even space-time emerge from the relationships between subjects and objects, when separation breaks the overall structureless, infinite sea of Consciousness.
The SS soil presented higher Ks at depths of 5 and 30 cm associated with the lower BD in the profile caused by tillage and the presence of a coarse, sandy structureless horizon, respectively.
The contact is relatively structureless, between a graded sandstone bed below and disorganized MTD slate above (Fig.
This, in turn, would imply that the micritic component of the studied buildup originally was a cohesive, structureless micrite precipitated by means of microbial mediation ('automicrite', Kershaw et al.
The substrate V + CRC (1:1) resulted in a greater number of root systems that were structureless and without new roots, which negatively affected the morphological development.
(5) New leftists' experiments with consensus based decisionmaking and structureless organization were not antipolitical, Breines argued.
Under UV and visible light the kerogen appeared to be a structureless matter with translucent color, ranging from light yellow to dark brown.
Now, with stern censorship looming from the new autocratic regime that is currently being assembled--and the continuous stagnant state of a structureless art form discarded by the government--the future of Egyptian theatre remains perilous.

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