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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With just six seats, this simple stone and mortar structure is the smallest chapel in Britain.
Another convenient feature of the nursery is the installation of a mobile office which will provide an official brick and mortar structure in which to conduct business.
But as the brick and mortar structure takes time to complete, instructions were issued for arranging makeshift shelters for the homeless.
This is of a special value when researching new materials and products which are incorporated in mortar structure (Figure 7).
Brick and mortar structure are becoming obsolete and linkages and partnerships with existing businesses and retail networks are leveraged instead with the help of technology.
The 900- year- old brick- and- mortar structure, located in Qutabpur area of Rewari, boasts of an impressive mixed architecture combining
The outer layer can be compared to a wall and is often referred to as having a bricks and mortar structure. It consists of corneocytes (bricks) which are bound to the lamellar lipid structure (mortar).
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 year we are setting aside a specific part of the "North Hall" (the Ballroom at the Center of NH) specifically for the folks who help turn houses into homes.
With the school being situated on privately-owned land government efforts to intervene and build a brick and mortar structure for the school havent succeeded.
"Our operating costs are half of traditional microfinance companies, because we are not dependent on banks for capital and do not have a brick and mortar structure," said Rangan Varadan, founder and chief executive of MicroGraam, one such startup that lends money to rural entrepreneurs at interest rates ranging between 10 per cent and 15 per cent as compared to traditional microfinance rates of 24 per cent to 36 per cent.
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.
I could go on, and on.At least I have sailed on the massive but calm River Nile in a luxurious boat, enjoying Egyptian cuisine with gusto while looking at a river bank claimed by modernity - big, shiny hotels and other steel and mortar structures.