- a part of a structure that carries a load.
- the structural member used for such a part.
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If you find a problem there, you’ll have to make deep structural changes in your content marketing approach.Content marketing fails: How to analyze and improve|Michael Doer|August 27, 2020|Search Engine Watch
In a report published last week by the Oxford Internet Institute, researchers found that one of the most common traps organizations fall into when implementing algorithms is the belief that they will fix really complex structural issues.The UK exam debacle reminds us that algorithms can’t fix broken systems|Karen Hao|August 20, 2020|MIT Technology Review
She also wants training for staff on bias and structural racism.‘Educate, Not Indoctrinate’: Anti-Racism Push in Coronado Schools Fuels Backlash|Ashly McGlone|August 18, 2020|Voice of San Diego
D’Arcy also conceded to New Scientist that there is some concern that the acid treatment might affect the integrity of the bricks, to the extent that they might not be able to make up the main structural components of a building.Scientists Found a Way to Turn Bricks Into Batteries|Edd Gent|August 17, 2020|Singularity Hub
There’s a lot of data on how structural biology has come into its own in this pandemic.
Nor do these studies address the structural and systematic issues that contribute to obesity, such as poverty and stress.
Common sense is not a just a normative judgment about wisdom, but a structural feature of any functioning organization.
Sadly, the end of the Cold War has given license to structural decay.
But beneath them there are underlying structural issues that will be even harder to fix.
As hard as those structural reforms will be, changing the culture may be even harder.
Some structural features not previously used were found to have taxonomic significance.Genera and Subgenera of Chipmunks|John A. White
Massinger and Field accepted frankly the structural awkwardness of their plot as they had fashioned or found it.
The structural fault is less surprising when it is ascertained to be fundamentalinevitable in the theme.
Structural wrought iron has a tenacity of 20 to 22 tons per sq. in.
Anatomically we find that we must place man with the apelike mammals, because of these numerous points of structural likeness.A Civic Biology|George William Hunter