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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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75 billion annually through the 2020 fiscal year to enable states to repair and replace their structurally deficient bridges.
Some structurally deficient bridges are more dangerous than the most recent failure in Washington.
But an official at the FHWA who was unauthorized to speak on the record said that LePatners's thinking is "completely erroneous," saying that he has misinterpreted the FHWA's definitions for structurally deficient and fracture critical bridges.
Damaged by collision: The large dent in the wall in Norman Street, Winson Green, after a car ploughed into it, leaving the house structurally unsafe.
But the absence of any proof that the building is structurally unsound could work against the council if the library is listed.
The bill would authorize $1 billion in each of fiscal years 2008 and 2009 from the General Fund to reconstruct structurally deficient bridges on the NHS.
Durham City Council were today due to examine the damage to decide if the brick-built dug-out is structurally safe.
Featuring a range of individual texts for an evaluation and discussion providing students with a practical approach to learning how to write, A Practical Introduction To Writing Studies prepares them for success and discipline in written communications, acknowledges the students ability to participate in critical conversation and writing styles, recognizes the importance of helping students at all levels to learn on basic method for writing research papers and two of the more commonly used documentation formats, uses the Socratic method to expose students to the history, theory, and research throughout writing studies, and promotes the idea that writing studies is a structurally important and essential study for high school and college students.
In TILT, a chemical exposure--either acute or chronic and low-level--initiates sensitization to even small amounts of structurally diverse chemicals found in foods, drugs, alcoholic and caffeinated beverages, pesticides, mold toxins and other elements of indoor air, implanted devices, solvents, cleaning chemicals, and more.
The building is not structurally fractured, despite its deeply incised footprint and roof plan ridges that trace a series of notional fault lines.
They told me structurally there was no damage and structurally nothing needs to be fixed,'' said Guerrero, who had X-rays taken over the weekend.
The cyanoethylated PVA was structurally stable, showing good physical properties and good thermal stability.