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Structure

The description of how a project financing is drawdown, repaid, and collateralized secured.

Structure

1. See: Capital structure.

2. A building or other improvement to real estate.

structure

the pattern of roles and relationships in a GROUP or ORGANIZATION. See also BUREAUCRACY and ORGANIZATION CHART.

structure

Any constructed improvement to a site.

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The scatter plots of healthy patients (or patients responding to medicine) look like a circle of small radius, whereas the scatter plots for the patients not-responding to medicine (or getting worse even though medicine is given) are structureless.
The first half was a painful, structureless 40 minutes in which few of the 19 points were actually scored by the ascendant side.
And dialogue seldom had a bearing on the subject matter, with Spike frequently collapsing with laughter at his manic structureless ideas.
He also disproves to a certain extent the myth that Irish society was somehow too 'thin' to nourish a strong novelistic tradition, a thesis he developed in an interview with Fintan O'Toole after the publication of Amongst Women: 'Ireland isn't like other places where the novel has flourished, in that it is so structureless.
Today people sometimes talk of structureless music.
Whereas the skin appears black and structureless, the crystalline core layer appears as a light granular area (Figs.
Some soils, particularly loose sands, consist of a structureless mass, whereas most soils tend to cluster together to form compound structures.
36) This was a structureless garden planted with unplanned waves and clumps of thryptomenes, tea-trees and waxflowers, plants sourced from various parts of the country.
All the better if your social scientists explain to the public that a structureless and agentless process of globalization--the relentless technological change that shrinks time and distance--is behind all this, causing all states, including your own, to lose power vis-a-vis markets.
Oster understands that--his central characters are seekers: tender, intellectual men who linger against adulthood, who fear accepting the chilling reality that any life is a structureless drift made endurable only by the accidental collision of two imperfect, yearning hearts.

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