structured

[adj] - having definite and highly organized structure
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structured

(Structure (structured / structural)) The structure of something refers to the form of the complete item - such as a sentence or a text - and the way its individual parts have been put together to create a coherent (interrelated) whole. In a phrase, clause or sentence the individual words are related both by their grammatical structure and their se
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Structured

Struc'tured adjective (Biol.) Having a definite organic structure; showing differentiation of parts. « The passage from a structureless state to a structured state is itself a vital process.» H. Spencer.
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structured

<biology> Having a definite organic structure; showing differentiation of parts. 'The passage from a structureless state to a structured state is itself a vital process.' (H. Spencer) ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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structured

adjective having definite and highly organized structure; `a structured environment`
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Structured

• (a.) Having a definite organic structure; showing differentiation of parts.
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Structured

Used to apply to a certain betting structure in poker games. The typical definition of a structured hold'em game is a fixed amount for bets and raises before the flop and on the flop, and then twice that amount on the turn and river. Example: a $2-$4 structured hold'em game: bets and raises of $2 before the flop and on the flop; $4 bets and raises
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structured

Built or organized
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