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structural

1. of or relating to the structure and deformation of rocks and other features of the earth's crust
2. of or relating to the structure of organisms; morphological
3. Chem of, concerned with, caused by, or involving the arrangement of atoms in molecules

structural

Said of a load-bearing member, element, etc., of a building.
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The agency also will replace more than half of its 750 structurally deficient bridges, begin 11 or 12 interstate widening projects, and use 50 percent of the new revenue to resurface State highways.
The bill would establish a program to provide funding specifically dedicated to repairing and replacing bridges categorized as structurally deficient.
Based on our analysis, the average age of bridges nationwide is 36 years, and given that the average design life of most existing bridges is 50 years, a big wave of structurally deficient bridges is expected over the next 20 to 30 years.
The five states with the highest number of structurally deficient bridges in 2016 are Iowa (4,931), Pennsylvania (4,410), Oklahoma (3,414), Missouri (3,147) and Nebraska (2,326).
The more people engaged in light physical activities, the more structurally sound their white matter was in the temporal lobe, a part of the brain that lies behind the ears and is involved in memory and language.
Yet Congress is unable to approve funding for plans to repair or replace structurally deficient bridges.
There are many more bad bridges, including 19 structurally deficient bridges highlighted last year by Business Insider (http://www.
The FHWA data LePatner used tracked America's 600,000 bridges, finding 72,000 to be structurally deficient, 18,000 to be fracture critical.
Here he presents his findings to date in a teaching format, with a particular emphasis on the stability of structurally complex metallic alloys.
Watch commander Carl Reeves from Ladywood fire station said: "The car left a massive hole in the living room wall which left the house structurally unsafe and the building engineers declared it uninhabitable.
Moves to demolish Birmingham Central Library could be in doubt after independent experts dismissed claims that the building is structurally unsound and suffering from "concrete cancer".
The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee recently approved a bill to authorize $2 billion in general funds over two years to create a new program to repair thousands of structurally deficient bridges in the National Highway System (NHS) across the country.