Almost 300 fragments of plaster casts of ancient statuary were excavated in a cellar-like area forming the substructure of a hall or terrace within the great bath complex at Baiae, the Roman seaside resort near Naples.
Tudor princes had little in the way of a bureaucratic substructure
The roof rests on a glulam substructure supported on concrete posts with glass panels fixed to hollow steel sections.
When the South Street Bridge does finally get rebuilt, piers sunk into the Schuylkill River and the metal substructure can be salvaged.
By a fortunate coincidence, the interest in algebraic structures related to substructural logics is also undergoing a revival among algebraists.
Soil compaction is common in civil engineering practice mainly in highway and rail road works, run ways, earth dams, sanitary landfills and backfilling of excavations for substructures and retaining walls.
The model we provide is based on a substructural variant of the polymorphic lambda-calculus, augmented with four kinds of mutable references: unrestricted, relevant, affine, and linear.
With our systems you can have larger spans of glass, with minimal sightlines, for both vertical and roof glazing applications, without the need for supporting substructures .
Moreover, the class of distributive substructural logics includes many of important non-classical logics like superintuitionistic logics, many-valued logics and fuzzy logics.
The principal difference between the classical view and the substructural view of chromosome differentiation is that the gross linear order of gene loci may remain unaltered in substructurally differentiated genomes.