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member

1. any individual plant or animal in a taxonomic group
2. any part of an animal body, such as a limb
3. another word for penis
4. any part of a plant, such as a petal, root, etc.
5. Maths any individual object belonging to a set or logical class
6. a distinct part of a whole, such as a proposition in a syllogism
7. a component part of a building or construction

Member

Any individual element of a building, such as a framing member; also one of the individual shapes that make up a molding, such as a cornice or a water table.

member

[′mem·bər]
(civil engineering)
A structural unit such as a wall, column, beam, or tie, or a combination of any of these.
(geology)
A rock stratigraphic unit of subordinate rank comprising a specially developed part of a varied formation.
(mathematics)
An individual object that belongs to a set. Also known as element.
For an equation, the expression on either side of the equality sign.

member

In structural engineering, a component part of a structure, complete in itself.
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The majority of male members are in the $60,000-and up income bracket, according to Naruse.
Every poll of the faithful offers clear proof that the people are eager for this to happen, that they see no God-given reason for the limitation of the priesthood to single, celibate, male members.
5) To resolve the issue of who can or cannot be a member of CNWE; they already have male members, and seeing that CNWE is a member of NAC (the National Action Committee on the Status of Women), the question arose as to whether they can still belong to NAC while having male members.
But now some male members are objecting to the picture of Mr Bean as a male role model in a fitness centre.
Tobin-Teno is a lawyer who for years complained that the golf club gave the best playing time to its male members.
The play centers on Maurya, an old woman who has lost to the sea all the male members of her family except Bartley, the last of her six sons.
But coffee just doesn't pack a big enough punch for the male members of a remote Amazonian tribe called the Achuar Jivaro, report two ethnobotanists from Washington University in St.
Pointing out the fact that 40 percent of Prodigy's more than two million members are female and were originally attracted to the service by its user- friendly interface and easy access to all kinds of information -- not its female- oriented content -- female staffers at Prodigy argue that female members are just as active as male members in the majority of Prodigy's content areas.
The president of the Tokyo 2020 organizing committee, YoshirAaAa Mori, praised the club's board of directors, which is solely made up of 15 male members, for voting to uphold the spirit of the Olympic charter of non-discrimination.
However, Zakir's brother Mohammad and his son Fariq along with several other male members of the family were present at the funeral," Indian media reported quoting a family source.
Generally health of women is not good in our society as compare to our male members of the same family due lack of balance diet, she said adding, principally NHP would produce positive affects on improving the overall health condition of people but it depends on the priority of family members.
She also said male members resisted every bill pushed by their women counterparts, the Dawn reports.