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template

, templet
1. a gauge or pattern, cut out in wood or metal, used in woodwork, etc., to help shape something accurately
2. a pattern cut out in card or plastic, used in various crafts to reproduce shapes
3. Biochem the molecular structure of a compound that serves as a pattern for the production of the molecular structure of another specific compound in a reaction

templet

[′tem·plət]
(computer science)

template, templet

1. A pattern, usually of sheet material, used as a guide for setting out work and in repeating dimensions.
2. A piece of stone, metal, or timber placed in a wall to receive the impost of a beam, girders, etc., and to distribute its load.
3. A beam or plate spanning a door or window space to sustain joists and transfer their load to piers.
4. One of the wedges in a building block.
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The event would not be viable without sponsors, said Templet, adding that it makes them feel a part of the community.
As a starting point for The New Golden Rule, Etzioni uses 1950s America as a 'baseline' templet of reference.
It also has not attempted to isolate the various dimensions or policy designs of environmental programs, and has not addressed how the institutional structures and administrative design of environmental programs may influence growth (Hall 1994; Meyer 1992; Templet 1995).
Relative sea-level rise (RSLR) has proven a critical factor in determining relative marsh elevation and habitat changes in the Louisiana coast (Day and Templet 1989, Cahoon 1994, Day et al.
Templet says that while fines this size are minuscule to such corporate giants, they harm their reputations, which counts when they want to locate facilities in other areas.
As such, your thoughts on the templet that the Azibo Nosology II presents to represent the mentally and behaviorally re-Africanized or racially normal individual are solicited.
Our community is very resourceful so we can make our resources available to others," said District Four Councilmember Ricky Templet.
The incident resulted in a mass pile-up with Garden Society, Tender Trap and Beauchamp Trump all getting brought down, while Come What July, Wotchalike and Templet were badly hampered and unseated their riders.
On the relationship between r/K selection and environmental carrying capacity: a new habitat templet for plant life history strategies.
As subject-matter knowledge and the wisdom that comes with bona fide eldership combine in your person, your thoughts on the templet that the Azibo Nosology II presents to represent the mentally and behaviorally re-Africanized or racially normal individual are solicited.