organic structure

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n organic structure the entire structure of an organism (an animal, plant, or human being) "he felt as if his whole body were on fire"
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Usage

In literature:

All organic structures teach us the same lesson of relation and recurrence of line.
"Line and Form (1900)" by Walter Crane
But can an organic structure be likened to an imprint?
"Creative Evolution" by Henri Bergson
All organic structure is the result of change taking place in bioplasm.
"Alcohol: A Dangerous and Unnecessary Medicine, How and Why" by Martha M. Allen
There soon follows also an enlargement of the liver, and a change in its organic structure.
"Select Temperance Tracts" by American Tract Society
Occasionally it is a difference in the structure of the reproductive organs themselves.
"The Meaning of Evolution" by Samuel Christian Schmucker
These retreats require a minimum of organization and structure, but that minimum must be firmly insisted upon.
"Marriage Enrichment Retreats" by David Mace
It was an organism of flesh and blood, of the same constitution and structure as ours.
"Monophysitism Past and Present" by A. A. Luce
Changing, ever changing their organic structure; climbing higher.
"Astounding Stories, May, 1931" by Various
Our structure and organization are the same, and not distinct from other men; and in what respects are we inferior?
"Thoughts on African Colonization" by William Lloyd Garrison
Rhythm, organic or structural beauty, is the supreme quality insisted on.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 6, Slice 2" by Various
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In news:

A semantics of definition category and its sub-categories used in texts, organized in a semantic map, requires a more complex structuring of the domain underlying the meaning representations than is commonly assumed.
Identify the business outcomes you want to achieve and then determine how your organization is structured to do that.
(MoneyWatch) In school we learned about vestigial human organs or structures that once served a purpose but no longer do.
Invista Apparel President Dave Trerotola has announced changes to the global organization al structure of the company.
Nonprofit organizations, perhaps more than any other business structure, must keep a close rein on their finances, including revenue streams, such as donations or annual appeal funds.
Now that you've created the skeleton for your creature - you've developed an outline using the 3-Act structure - it's time to move on to the internal organs.
The jury liked that this sensitive addition to a nearly 200-year-old cabin "grew organically around the original structure".
And corporation, which focuses on the organization's structure, human resources, and budgetary issues.
Now they need to revisit the fundamentals of their organization structures, such as decision rights (who gets to make what decisions), information flows, and management incentives.
Chapels aren't really chapels unless they have an organ, and the newly minted structure at Portland's Lewis & Clark College was in need.
"Organizations that are able to be very clear and deliberate about how culture, talent, and structure come together are the ones that will continue to thrive and out-innovate their competitors," he says.
DZ Bank is one of two clearing organizations for Germany's cooperative banks, allowing it to provide structured products directly to more than 900 local lenders .
The ARRL Field Organization Structure.
The organization 's staying power has been the result of many factors, but the most important is the nature of Farm Bureau's leadership structure.
Structure, organization , and governance An overview for ALA unit managers of the organization , its policy/operational framework, and the various formal and informal mechanisms for getting things done.
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In science:

So the structural model introduced here may allow the study of other self-organizing social organizations as well, through their manifestations in collections of reports.
Construction of bipartite and unipartite weighted networks from collections of journal papers
Another group of materials where we can expect the FS curvature anomalies to be manifested includes layered structures with metallic-type conductivity (e.g. α− (BEDT − T T F )2M hg (SCH )4 group of organic metals).
Local Features of the Fermi Surface Curvature and the Anomalous Skin Effect in Metals
Relevant path sets are organized in a tree structure, mirroring the relationships between the nodes to which they are relevant in the pattern.
Path Summaries and Path Partitioning in Modern XML Databases
Structure of the paper: The paper is organized as follows.
The M-ellipsoid, Symplectic Capacities and Volume
The workshop The Helicity Structure of the Nucleon (BNL June 5, 2006) was organized as part of the 2006 RHIC & AGS Users’ Meeting to review the status of the spin problem and future directions.
Towards an understanding of nucleon spin structure: from hard to soft scales
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