constructure

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constructure

(kɒnˈstrʌktʃə)
n
obsolete a construction
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Their constructure supplies a mechanism to create secret key with a fine grained access tree policy built up through AND, OR, and threshold gates.
After culturing for 7 d, the rate of cell proliferation in the [NT.sub.30]/[ICA.sub.0.5] group was significantly higher than those of the Ti group and the [NT.sub.30] group, which may be attributed to the sealing of NT constructure by cells and the long-term additive effect of ICA.
What the multiplicity of idioms comes to limit is not only a "true" translation, a transparent and adequate interexpression, it is also a structural order, a coherent of construct, There is then (let us translate) something like an internal limit to formalization, an incompleteness of the constructure. It would be easy and up to a certain point justified to see there the translation of a system in deconstruction.
Zeng, "Welding operation of thick plate on the steel constructure", Electric Welding Machine, vol.
The lotus leaf surface constructure designed in the tube and fin increases the heat exchange surface area, improve the heat exchange efficiency.
The new alloy is produced by an "inert gas atomization process," Alcoa said, and "exhibits a highly refined mi- constructure compared with materials processed by conventional ingot metallurgy routes."
A mechanism that facilitates the constructure of these objects by speeding up parent-child is joins is also included in that section.