mortar structure

mortar structure

[′mȯrd·ər ‚strək·chər]
(petrology)
A cataclastic structure produced by dynamic metamorphism of crystalline rocks and characterized by a mica-free aggregate of finely crushed grains of quartz and feldspar filling the interstices between or forming borders on the edges of larger, rounded relicts. Also known as cataclastic structure; murbruk structure; porphyroclastic structure.
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The 900- year- old brick- and- mortar structure, located in Qutabpur area of Rewari, boasts of an impressive mixed architecture combining
According to bank, the USBs are set up in the form of a low-cost brick and mortar structure, with a full-time officer and enough infrastructures.
While the show traditionally has a great number of builders, remodelers, cabinet, HVAC, windows and doors, and other "hard product" or "nuts and bolts" exhibitors; there hasn't been as much attention given to the "softer" side of things or the products and services that take a wood, stone, and mortar structure and make it appealingly warm and "homey.
This is on top of their existing brick and mortar structure.
The contractor turned to a manufacturer for pre-engineered metal buildings that assemble "out of the box" at one-third the cost of brick and mortar structures.
Defoamers control the uneven distribution of unwanted air bubbles in mortars and redispersible powders enhance the cohesion, adhesion, water retention, and workability of the mortar structures.
Vijayan said, 'In order to build a strong system, we must focus on improving persistent communication tools, improving premium policy renewal options, fostering long term distribution partner relations, optimum use of technology for providing services apart from the using brick and mortar structures, ensuring all financial needs can be addressed at one place.
As part of the replacement programme , these schools are replaced with new brick and mortar structures.
The discovery and eventual production of biotech drugs and products requires brick and mortar structures filled with elaborate equipment.