The simple fact is that racism—both personal, institutional, and structural—remains a force in American life.
Nor do these studies address the structural and systematic issues that contribute to obesity, such as poverty and stress.
Many other structural risks are posed to the American economy.
Even if the events in Newtown changes some of those minds, the structural obstacles are pretty much insurmountable.
Nearly 60 percent of the public schools in Italy have some sort of structural damage, according Italian teachers' unions.
For fuller directions in many particulars, see "structural Botany," pp. 370-374.
Most important is the comprehension of the structural implications of literacy.
I am now employed as a laborer in a structural shop, have worked for the firm five years.
All these attributes belong to the structural condition of literacy.
All organic and structural changes are adaptive from the first; they do not need natural selection to whip them into shape.