book structure

book structure

[′bu̇k ‚strək·chər]
(geology)
A rock structure of numerous parallel sheets of slate alternating with quartz.
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With this, they examine multiple aspects of the China-Africa relationship: the book structure focuses in turn on the historic, economic, social, geopolitical, and environmental aspects of China-Africa relations.
There was a great film structure hidden in this massive book structure, and I just had to decide what sections to eliminate.
Nevertheless, adding the interpretation section is a good move, and follows the original book structure.
De Wit and Meyer, in contrast, promise to present multiple strategy perspectives, use an issue-based instead of a tool-based book structure, offer original readings, and follow a strong international orientation.
The wall drawing expands the idea of the page, while the accordion screens are book structure expanded into sculpture.
The technical challenges are daunting, but we'll continue to make enhancements to our OCR and book structure extraction technologies.
Studies in Book History and Book Structure, 1750-1900" with his own The Evolution of Publishers' Binding Styles, 1770-1900 (500 copies), and in 1932 published Carter's Binding Variants in English Publishing, 1820-1900 (also 500 copies) as number seven in the series.
I enjoyed reading the book Structure of Scientific Revolutions and highly recommend it.
3--Color) The House of the Book structure at Brandeis-Bardin contributes to a focus on Jewish culture.
Although the computer allows great flexibility in accessing material in a variety of ways, the first impression is of a rather traditional book structure comprising the following sections: "A Word from the Author," "Pocket Audio Guide," "The Instruments," "Mozart's World," "Quartet Listening," "A Close Reading," "Mozart Bibliography," and "The Mozart Game.
Daniel Essig, who created a mixed-media book structure that incorporates unusual woods, handmade paper, found objects, fossils, and mica.
But all this doesn't end in chaos: The women's nerdiness about the textile trade and the obsessive-compulsive use of onomatopoeia suffice to give the book structure.