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  • 1Structural engineering — is a field of engineering dealing with the analysis and design of structures that support or resist loads. Structural engineering is usually considered a speciality within civil engineering, but it can also be studied in its own right. [cite… …

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  • 2Structural alignment — is a form of sequence alignment based on comparison of shape. These alignments attempt to establish equivalences between two or more polymer structures based on their shape and three dimensional conformation. This process is usually applied to… …

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  • 3Structural anthropology — is based on Claude Levi Strauss s idea that people think about the world in terms of binary opposites such as high and low, inside and outside, person and animal, life and death and that every culture can be understood in terms of these opposites …

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  • 4Structural analysis — comprises the set of physical laws and mathematics required to study and predict the behavior of structures. The subjects of structural analysis are engineering artifacts whose integrity is judged largely based upon their ability to withstand… …

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  • 5Structural communication — was developed in the 1960s by John G. Bennett and his research team to simulate the structure and quality of a small group tutorial through automated means. It provides access to high level learning for many students without much supervision. A… …

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  • 6Structural isomer — Structural isomerism, or constitutional isomerism (per IUPAC), is a form of isomerism in which molecules with the same molecular formula have bonded together in different orders, as opposed to stereoisomerism.[1] There are multiple synonyms for… …

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  • 7Structural Integration — is a type of Alternative medicine which aims to align the human body in the gravitational field. [ [http://www.theiasi.org/whatis.php What is Structural Integration? ] ] The claimed benefit is that the increased use of balance at finer levels of… …

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  • 8Structural geology — is the study of the three dimensional distribution of rock bodies and their planar or folded surfaces, and their internal fabrics . Structural geology includes features of and overlaps with facets of geomorphology, metamorphism and geotechnical… …

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  • 9Structural violence — Structural violence, a term which was first used in the 1960s and which has commonly been ascribed to Johan Galtung, denotes a form of violence which corresponds with the systematic ways in which a given social structure or social institution… …

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  • 10Structural Pluralism — is a concept used to examine the way in which societies are structured, and specifically is a way to explain coverage differences in media markets. It is associated with philosophical, sociological and communication literature.Structural… …

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  • 11Structural shape rolling — is a metalworking forming process in which structural shapes are passed through rollers to bend or deform the workpiece to a desired shape, while maintaining a constant cross section.It is a cost effective way of bending this kind of material… …

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  • 12Structural inheritance — is the transmission of a trait in a living organism by a self perpetuating spatial structures. This is in contrast to the transmission of digital information such as is found in DNA sequences, which accounts for the vast majority of known genetic …

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  • 13Structural information theory — (SIT) is a theory about human perception and, in particular, about perceptual organization, that is, about the way the human visual system organizes a raw visual stimulus into objects and object parts. SIT was initiated, in the 1960s, by Emanuel… …

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  • 14structural remedies — Measures adopted by a competition authority which require some form of structural change on the part of the party or parties to whom the measures are directed, such as the divestment of assets. Structural remedies are to be distinguished from… …

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  • 15Structural formula — Struc tur*al form u*la (Chem.) a symbolic representation of the structure of one molecule of a chemical compound, showing the attachments of the atoms to each other, and representing their arrangement in space; the spatial representation is… …

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  • 16structural composition — index configuration (form) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 17structural design — index configuration (form) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 18Structural functionalism — Sociology …

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  • 19Structural Classification of Proteins — The Structural Classification of Proteins (SCOP) database is a largely manual classification of protein structural domains based on similarities of their amino acid sequences and three dimensional structures. Originally published in 1995cite… …

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  • 20structural clay products — Introduction       ceramic products intended for use in building construction. Typical structural clay products are building brick, paving brick, terra cotta facing tile, roofing tile, and drainage pipe. These objects are made from commonly… …

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