Secondary element

Secondary element

The nonessential elements of a structure, such as trim around doors and windows, which are essentially finishing elements.
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The primary section of the school will cater for 420 full-time pupils with the secondary element accommodating 500 pupils.
The institution of parliament, he said, was treated as the secondary element in the affairs of the state.
For Chaker, the tax benefit is a secondary element in the promotion of investment, noting that the investor rather gives great importance to security, human resources and basic infrastructure (roads, ports, airports, lighting, water, telecommunications), and compliance with laws and administration.
Some adopted Islam as a founding element and legitimized their presence with reference to it; some used it as a secondary element to convince the people that their attempts were justifiable.
In this case blade may be matched with secondary element of the asynchronous linear induction motor (LIM) thus ensuring a high speed of the shutter and herewith operation of the damper [8-10].
The content of the work, which seems to be about the overpopulation of an arid region, becomes a secondary element of the work.
Lennon said: "For some of them Celtic seem to have become a secondary element when it comes to the football.
For some of them, Celtic seem to have become a secondary element when it comes to the football.
Although good salary is an important factor, it comes as a secondary element to their choices, high school students said at this year's Najah.
2) The description and computation of the magnetic fields created by means of the inductor and the current of the secondary element, presenting the evaluation of the transversal and longitudinal edge effects;
2003) carried out the detailed investigation for two storey frame attached with a secondary element.

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