com, noted that 72,000 bridges are deemed structurally
Just because a bridge is structurally
deficient it doesn't mean it's not safe," the official said.
A 2005 council report stated that "expensive work" would have to be carried out to the roof and wall cladding to make the building structurally
It would require states to inspect their worst bridges--those rated structurally
deficient or "functionally obsolete"--at least once a year, and the rest once every two years.
PON1 is involved in the detoxification of organophosphate pesticides; CYP2D6 functions in the metabolism of structurally
diverse substances that affect the central nervous system, including various classes of antidepressants, amphetamines, codeine, and neurotoxicants.
Controlled access then leads to the galleries that extend across the upper level, and to the education tower that is structurally
and spatially isolated from the low-lying ground-scraper.
Its V-12 engine is encased by a technologically advanced aluminium-bonded body frame--they call it the most structurally
efficient frame in the industry.
In the company's manual compression presses, the heavy duty frame columns are wide, solid steel plates structurally
joined to the solid steel bolsters.
, the book has academic tones--sections with Latin titles, a dozen epigraphs by authors as varied as Arthur Rimbaud, Louise Gluck and Quincy Troupe--but fortunately Kocher maintains a balance between her obvious intellect, command of poetic craft and her ability to express an intangible sense of flesh and soul.
This Thunder Bay-area architect was nominated for his use of wood both structurally
and aesthetically in a variety of projects, including the Old Fort William Visitor Information Centre, Sleeping Giant Park Visitor Centre, Elk Lake Eco-Resource Centre and the Marathon Tourist Information Centre and Ski Lodge.
Century Industrial is easily installed over any flat, clean, structurally
sound surface, including contaminated, moisture-problem, or uncured concrete subfloors.
A microgenetic analysis of an undergraduate student's solution to two mathematically isomorphic probability problems demonstrates how he perceived the two problems as structurally
and phenomenologically different despite his ability to apply a single, correct, schematic solution to both.