structure section

structure section

[′strək·chər ‚sek·shən]
(geology)
A vertical section showing the observed or inferred geologic structure on a vertical surface or plane.
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This column and H structure section builds the structure of U-Column structure.
For example, Gollum is discussed by Kristin Thompson in the Techniques in Story and Structure section and by Philip E.
The Structure section sets the stage, with imagery focused on specific parts of the body and featuring practices relating to standing, the spine and alignment, shoulders, hands and arms, and being centered.
It is more difficult to structure section 162(m) plans to permit a current deduction in the service year.
It should never be done for serious structural work because the attitude and form of the structures are also exaggerated; thus, destroying the very information the structure section seeks to show namely, the true structural relationship at depth.
The results showed that there was no statistically significant difference between the control and experimental group in overall scores and in the structure section.
White joined the Board in 1979 as an economist in the Financial Structure section.
That much is apparent from a glance at the staff structure section of the SFA Handbook, published by his authority.
Amend Article III-Organization Structure Section 1, A.
In the market structure section of each country profile, TCL has referred to details of the growth of the ICT sector in each country - and provides teledensity statistics.
Fallon joined the Legal Division in 1995 as an attorney in the Banking Structure section.
The Cost Structure section details the average costs for a company operating in this industry as a percentage of total revenue.

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