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structure

 [struk´cher]
the components and their manner of arrangement in constituting a whole.
family structure the way in which a family is organized according to roles, rules, power, and hierarchies.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

struc·ture

(strŭk'chūr),
1. The arrangement of the details of a part; the manner of formation of a part.
2. A tissue or formation made up of different but related parts.
3. chemistry the specific connections of the atoms in a given molecule.
Synonym(s): structura
[L. structura, fr. struo, pp. structus, to build]
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

structure

(strŭk′chər)
n.
Biology
a. The arrangement or formation of the tissues, organs, or other parts of an organism.
b. An organ or other part of an organism.
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structure

Vox populi The appearance of a thing. See Age structure, Bile duct structure, Cloverleaf structure, Pharyngeal structure, Sleep structure, Wolffian duct structure.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

struc·ture

(strŭk'shŭr)
1. The arrangement of the details of a part; the manner of formation of a part.
2. A tissue or formation made up of different but related parts.
3. chemistry The configuration and interconnections of the atoms in a given molecule.
Synonym(s): structura.
[L. structura, fr. struo, pp. structus, to build]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

struc·ture

(strŭk'shŭr)
1. Arrangement of the details of a part; the manner of formation of a part.
2. A tissue or formation made up of different but related parts.
3. In chemistry, the specific connections of the atoms in a given molecule.
[L. structura, fr. struo, pp. structus, to build]
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Structurers are usually good deal makers and first movers in Asia's rapidly evolving markets, adept at exploiting business and political connections -- as the Lippo Group's Riady family is now doing in China, for example.
He is a Sukuk Structurer as well as an External Islamic Finance Expert at the New York-based Edcomm Group Banker's Academy.
La vision de SAR le Prince Moulay Rachid incarne la determination solide de structurer le secteur golfique afin de le rendre plus moderne, notant que le Trophee Hassan II et la Coupe Lalla Meryem s'inscrivent en droite ligne du projet [beaucoup moins que] Rabat, Ville lumiere et Capitale marocaine de la Culture [beaucoup plus grand que], a-t-il ajoute.
[beaucoup moins que] Ce mouvement est recent, il a besoin de temps pour pouvoir s'organiser et se structurer et il n'est pas permis de parler d'infiltrations etrangeres[beaucoup plus grand que], soutient-il.
The transaction was led by BMO Capital Markets (structurer), Wells Fargo Securities, and J.P.
En travaillant ensemble, les deux organismes presenteront certains des projets d'infrastructures les plus innovants du continent et elaboreront un cadre pour structurer les futurs projets en Afrique.
Our role in this bond marks a significant milestone for Gulf Bank in both providing our customers with a wide range of diversified investment opportunities and utilising our own skills as a bond arranger and structurer. We are very pleased to partner with United Real Estate Company in this venture and we are optimistic that this agreement will be the first of many similar collaborations in the future."
He is a Sukuk Structurer and Strategist as well as an External Islamic Finance Expert at the New York-based Edcomm Group Banker's Academy.

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