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structure

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

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In the data, elevated levels of structure overhang tend to be associated with the slow growth of investment in structures.
Let us say that is a complimentary weak structure (briefly ) on if and only if .
Next, they placed the whole structure in water heated to a temperature above the solder's melting point, and then gently jostled the structure.
In recent years, however, the use of non-traditional structures is on the increase.
Even in the best parts of the structure, there was some unsalvageable material because of rot or pest damage.
* "Play the actual melody as I sing the right-hand melodic structure"; alternatively, or in addition, the student can sing the melodic structure as he plays.
A company buying hotels located in various states may be most interested in creating the proper ownership structure and mitigating credit risk, as well as having access to compliance tools and services, maintenance services and the ongoing expertise of the professional firm.
Advocating greater attention to the analysis of social structure, often though not always involving attention to social class, does not require insistence on a sterile or purely quantitative anatomical approach.
The power FETs adopts a High Electron Mobility Transistor (HEMT) structure. By optimizing conditions of doping and the thickness of the AlGaN and GaN layers, Toshiba achieved outstanding performance.
In the higher-silicon gray and ductile irons, the resultant structure is ausferrite.
Two structures for Triple-X securitization have been deployed to date: the surplus note structure and the secured note structure.

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