Definition of structured
: of, relating to, or being a method of computer programming in which each step of the solution to a problem is contained in a separate subprogram
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There’s the smooth, structured satchel face with a simple leather flap that seals at the bottom.
More face-to-face meetings, structured networking and formal state conferences would lead to new ideas and collaborations, as well as prevent new partnerships from fizzling out.
Style: Latin pop structured for the dancefloor, and to stimulate the brain.
The reason Lupita Nyong’o’s coils look so structured is that the sides are closely cropped.
Pushed by the new realities of an exploding TV schedule, the W.G.A. was demanding (and eventually received) a more structured payment plan for TV writers, in addition to higher residuals and a more robust health plan.
The result was a show of highly structured clothes — for men and women — with dazzling decorations.
The deal was so structured to allow the project’s developers to receive Historic Tax Credits, which support the rehabilitation of historic buildings, officials have said.
Traditionally, many companies were organized in a structured and hierarchical way.
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