Structure

1. A geological formation which, if sealed against leakage, could be a potential trap for hydrocarbons.
2. A man-made load-bearing construction, such as an offshore platform, usually designed by structural / civil engineers.

structure

  1. a thing constructed; a complex construction or entity
  2. the manner of construction of something and the arrangement of its parts
  3. the complex composition of knowledge as elements and their combinations
  4. the people in a society considered as a system organized by a characteristic pattern of relationships

structure

1.) The form of a mineral based on the way its molecules are arranged. 2.) Features exhibited in rock portions, for example flow banding and bedding.
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structure

an ambiguous tasting term that implies harmony of fruit, alcohol, acidity, and tannins.
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Structure

Structure is a fundamental, tangible or intangible notion referring to the recognition, observation, nature, and permanence of patterns and relationships of entities. This notion may itself be an object, such as a built structure, or an attribute, such as the structure of society. From a child`s verbal description of a snowflake, to the detailed ....
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Structure

the physical arrangement or spatial patterns of the components of an ecosystem, especially the plant life. Includes growthforms, number of canopy layers, degree of cover, distribution patterns of species within the ecosystem (patches, for example). Structure may also refer to the organization of the ecosystem in terms of trophic levels.
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Structure

(Cast Structure) The size and disposition of the constituents of a metal as cast.
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structure

(from the article `aesthetics`) One recurring idea is that the operative feature determining our perception of form is `structure,` the underlying, concealed formula according to ...
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structure

(from the article `international relations`) Since the 1970s the study of international relations has been marked by a renewed debate about the relationship between structures and institutions ...
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structure

(from the article `metalogic`) A realization of a language (for example, the one based on ) is a structure identified by the six elements so arranged
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Structure

(n).A structure is defined as the physical development made in a land with a purpose to provide accommodation . For a construction or development to be a structure it must have an enclosure and a roof with provisions for entering within it. A structure is the first stage of construction of any building.
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Structure

(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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structure

[n] - the complex composition of knowledge as elements and their combinations 2. [n] - a particular complex anatomical structure 3. [n] - the manner of construction of something and the arrangement of its parts 4. [n] - a thing constructed 5. [v] - give a structure to
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Structure

• (n.) The act of building; the practice of erecting buildings; construction. • (n.) Manner of organization; the arrangement of the different tissues or parts of animal and vegetable organisms; as, organic structure, or the structure of animals and plants; cellular structure. • (n.) That which is built; a building; esp., a building o...
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structure

<microscopy> The mode of construction of an animate or inanimate body or system from units such as atoms, ions, molecules, cells, crystals in a fluid, plastic, or solid state. Cf. Morphology. ... (05 Aug 1998) ...
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structure

construction noun a thing constructed; a complex entity constructed of many parts; `the structure consisted of a series of arches`; `she wore her hair in an amazing construction of whirls and ribbons`
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Structure

[category theory] In mathematics, progress often consists of recognising the same structure in different contexts - so that one method exploiting it has multiple applications. In fact this is a normal way of proceeding; in the absence of recognisable structure (which might be hidden) problems tend to fall into the combinatorics classificati...
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Structure

[journal] Structure is a peer-reviewed scientific journal founded by Wayne Hendrickson, Carl-Ivar Brändén and Alan R. Fersht in September 1993. It focuses on structural biology, studies of macromolecular structure and related issues. The journal is published monthly by Cell Press. The current editors are Christopher D. Lima and Andrej Sal...
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Structure

[mathematical logic] In universal algebra and in model theory, a structure consists of a set along with a collection of finitary operations, and relations that are defined on it. Thus an embedding is the same thing as a strong homomorphism which is one-to-one. The category σ-Emb of σ-structures and σ-embeddings is a concrete subcategory ...
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Structure

Struc'ture noun [ Latin structura , from struere , structum , to arrange, build, construct; perhaps akin to English strew : confer French structure . Confer Construe , Destroy , Instrument , Obstruct .] 1. The act of building; ...
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structure

a complex entity made of many parts
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structure

A highly subjective wine tasting term which refers to the balance between flavour intensity, acidity, tannin (in reds) and alcohol. A poorly structured wine will either be lacking in, or be dominated by one or more of these attributes.
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Structure

A mechanism designed and built or constructed of various parts jointed together in some definite manner to carry loads and resist forces.
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structure

A model with its parameters fixed. One can discuss properties of a model with various parameters, but 'structural' properties are those that are fixed unless parameters change. Source: Davidson and MacKinnon, 1993, I think, but can't find the exact page. Contexts: econometrics
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structure

A network of connections between elements of a system, for instance syllable structure is the set of relations which exist between parts of a syllable.
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