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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The concert moved from the ambiguity of Debussy to the structured classicism of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart for Ax’s performance of two piano concerti, No. 19 and No. 16, in an impressive display.
Our skin contains molecules that are perfectly structured to absorb the energy of UVA and UVB photons.
Thompson said the class is very structured and each session is meant to work out different parts of the body and challenge the participants in a different way.
Heath's crimes inspired a state law that requires greater oversight of structured housing facilities.
The big group parts are basically all structured improvisations, which is quite different and terrifying for me.
Recovery International’s highly structured meetings, peer-group interaction and collection of common-sense tools helped Bakke learn to handle her symptoms of anxiety and her panic attacks.
But the administration has also struggled to get on the same page, or to convey a structured policy.
There needs to be a more intentional, structured way to store knowledge about how the world works to solve the problems affecting the length and quality of our lives.
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