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Botany the structure composed of tissue providing mechanical support for a stem or leaf
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A large beam made of metal or concrete, and sometimes of wood.
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A large or principal beam of steel, reinforced concrete, or timber; used to support concentrated loads at isolated points along its length. (See illustration p. 462.)
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