Skeletal frame


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Skeletal frame

Refers to a structural framework of members, originally concealed within a building, or as a self-supporting grid of timber, steel, or concrete.
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Like the other novels of this long series, begun with The Guyana Quartet - which comprised the novels Palace of the Peacock, The Far Journey of Oudin, The Whole Amour, and The Secret Ladder (1960-63) - this latest text hangs its intensely complex fabric of poetic legendizing and abstract discourse upon a simple, quasi-realistic skeletal frame story.
Nevertheless, Buffington brought the potential of the iron skeletal frame to the attention of the national architectural and building communities.
The latest addition to Wright's ADVANCE[R] Knee System, the new ADVANCE STATURE[TM] components feature a tapered design to address the implant sizing needs of patients with a more narrow knee anatomy or smaller skeletal frame.
and skeletal frame construction, elementary buildings, half-timbered buildings and outdoor playgrounds, etc.
Back in the real world there are teenage girls devoting their cyber time to gushing over Cara's skeletal frame.
The Welshman paid no heed to the media and crowd who mocked his skeletal frame, starting at his usual, incredible pace and shaking Pintor's rhythm with his peppering punches.
The former Spice Girl, 37, raised worries with her skeletal frame and exhausted gaze as she posed in a long-sleeve dress and high-heel ankle boots in London.
Their USP, though, is MC Maxi whose skeletal frame is the face of the band and supplies positive lyrical ages in elastic, ing form.
The 140,000 s/f property--recently recognized as top office redevelopment project of 2010 by the Greater New York Construction User Council--underwent a gut rehabilitation several years ago and had been stripped to its skeletal frame.
If you have been invited over by relatives or friends on December 25, there is a high probability that your bird will be boneless; and a bird stripped of its skeletal frame is a sorry excuse for a festive celebration.
It refers to fish with one fillet on either side of their skeletal frame and which swim in an upright position rather than laying flat on the sea bed.
If the arches in one or both of your feet collapse, your body doesn't get the correct postural support, causing an imbalance in your skeletal frame.