simple structure

simple structure

an ORGANIZATION where the formal structure is in a rudimentary state, with few rules and regulations to govern how work is done or AUTHORITY exercised. Small organizations in their early stages of development often take this form.
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A British blogger has captured the ultimate cure for the modern world, a sofa in a simple structure facing the beautiful blue sea just before sunset in Hualien.
Overall, we're amazed that our simple structure protected our plants so well.
Created with the consumer in mind, each lift has an adjustable top with a simple structure, achieving a Mopec standard in efficiency.
You can keep up with all the fads and trends but understanding players and understanding what makes them tick, putting a very simple structure in place and then giving them the opportunity to express themselves is half the battle.
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You can find a section on folk tales in the majority of public libraries; stories with repetition and a simple structure are easiest to learn.
Kids with rudimentary reading skills who have moved beyond reading single words or sentences per page (but are not yet ready for multiple paragraphs) will love the simple structure and plot of Breezy Bunnies, which is set in springtime in Carrot Cake Park, where young bunnies play.
Lopatin's "missing middle" of lawyer-supported mediation is based on a simple structure involving two family lawyers and a mediator, offering an integrated approach that ends in a legally binding settlement.
Scientists said that the simple structure of the malaria sperm makes it an excellent model system in which to study flagella in animals.
The new website has a simple structure designed to speed up access to information.
The book has a simple structure and format, but its eclectic content provides a wealth of possibilities for further exploration.
A small biogas unit is a simple structure with an inlet from where cow or buffalo dung mixed with water is poured into a tank, usually underground, where bacteria act symbiotically and convert the organic matter into methane gas through anaerobic digestion," Deputy Director General WWF-Pakistan Dr.