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macrostructure

(ˈmækrəʊˌstrʌktʃə)
n
the large-scale structure or extent of something, which comprises all smaller structures or everything within that thing
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mac•ro•struc•ture

(ˈmæk roʊˌstrʌk tʃər)

n.
an overall structure or organizational scheme.
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(1) Macrostructures show that both ingots are composed of columnar zone and dendritic zone, and the primary dendrite arm spacings are 353 [micro]m for the 30 [micro]m/s withdrawn ingot and 144 [micro]m for the 200 [micro]m/s withdrawn ingot, respectively.
Primary crystals suffer some oriented agglomeration forming star-like macrostructures (Figure 2).
The analysis focused mostly on the three elements-Grammatical analysis, Macrostructures, and Rhetorical Structures.
Type A: The RE is located lingually to the distal root complex which has two cone-shaped macrostructures.
This makes it possible to improve both micro and macrostructures on internal and external surfaces in a single process.
By using optical microscopy, macrostructures of the friction stir processed samples were analyzed.
The work provides a much-needed corrective to the critical emphasis on the macrostructures of the neoliberal
These three macrostructures were chosen as a starting point to avoid the assumption that all students would be familiar with them.
(6) This system takes form and shape through the interaction of macrostructures, containing the world market's political economy, international relations as well as immigration and migrant law and practices as issued by the sending/receiving countries, with the microstructures covering the informal social networks which the migrants themselves have developed in an effort to cope with migration and settlement issues.