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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
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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.
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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

member

In structural engineering, a component part of a structure, complete in itself.
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NYMEX, Dubai's state-owned Tatweer and the Oman government now each owns 25pc of the DME, while DME floor members continue to hold the remaining 5pc, DME chief operating officer Thomas Leaver said.
The DME was established as the first truly international exchange in the Middle East, and is building an energy trading community consisting of a diverse and growing mix of regional and international traders, brokers and financial market participants, trading electronically as Floor Members of the DME.
However, the "first floor members' bar/lounge is not subject to the sprinkler requirements," read the decision.
The DME - owned 32.5% by each of NYMEX and Dubai's state company Tatweer and 30% by the Oman Investment Fund, with the remaining 5% allocated to DME floor members - has invited Shell, BP and Total to become shareholders in the exchange.
The second floor members club, Cyan is decorated with bespoke wallpaper and furnished with design classics and antique pieces.
The roof cover eliminated the need for treated lumber except, possibly, for truss bottom chord and floor members.