structural low

structural low

[′strək·chə·rəl ′lō]
(geology)
Any of various structural features such as a basin, a syncline, a saddle, or a sag.
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He cited structural low inflation, normalization of the U.
In fact, if we discard energy and food prices, the eurozone is in a situation of structural low inflation.
1991) the newly submitted 3D model has detected a structural high between the towns of Semily and Nova Paka and a structural low south of Vrchlabi (Fig.
The Permo-Carboniferous surface is tilted to the NE and forms a structural low with two minima in the basement of the Police Depression.
The pre-existing Mesozoic structural grain appears to have exerted some control on deposition as evidenced by thickening of the system within pre-existing structural lows.
The difference between actual and sustainable output has not been small for some time in both Europe and the US, with unemployment close to structural lows.
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