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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.
References in classic literature ?
Nothing can be more hopeless than to attempt to explain this similarity of pattern in members of the same class, by utility or by the doctrine of final causes.
And we can understand this fact; for in molluscs, even in the lowest members of the class, we do not find nearly so much indefinite repetition of any one part, as we find in the other great classes of the animal and vegetable kingdoms.
And in some whole groups of animals and in certain members of other groups, the embryo does not at any period differ widely from the adult: thus Owen has remarked in regard to cuttle-fish, 'there is no metamorphosis; the cephalopodic character is manifested long before the parts of the embryo are completed;' and again in spiders, 'there is nothing worthy to be called a metamorphosis.
This movement on the part of the Clover Leaf members requires a word of elucidation.
Termination (or other discipline) of member firms or their professionals for failure to adhere to alliance standards.
As in virtually any type of consortia, purchasing directors and other administrators at member IHEs decide what they want and the consortia does it.
In addition, members who notice, suspect or are aware of significant deficiencies in the work of another member should contact the hotline for guidance.
This is because single-member LLCs are disregarded entities for Federal tax purposes; when the single member is an individual, he or she will be taxed as a sole proprietor on Form 1040, Schedule C.
Figure 1 compares the motivating factors that convinced each board member to first join MERLOT with the factors that were important for their continued participation.
CalCPA's government relations team includes both staff and members who work tirelessly in Sacramento on behalf of the profession, business and the public.
As Barbara Gibson notes, "Overcoming financial issues while still improving member service was a major success.
Our other general goal was improved member service--to equip TEI's members with the information and tools they need to be effective and to advance good tax policy and administration.