Noun(1) structure consisting of the part of a ship above the main deck
(1) They consist of a human or animal face attached to a large, bulging superstructure or headdress that is painted with elaborate patterns.(2) A socialist critic who focuses on the reciprocity between infrastructure and superstructure would argue back that modes of cultural representation cannot but be saturated with the material base of the society.(3) Here the physical presence of the motorway is unavoidable as its superstructure looms over the building, but sail-like uplighters bounce and diffuse light up through the tall volume.(4) Like the boats in all these paintings, it's just a hull, without masts or any kind of superstructure , adrift and empty, a kind of ghost ship.(5) Their chief worth, however, is the influence they had on Islamic architecture in terms of short squat pillars used to support the superstructure above.(6) a distinction between foundations and superstructure, basic and non-basic beliefs, is central(7) There are three distinct parts to the building, the most visible being an articulated tented superstructure of taut fabric and cables and bristling masts.(8) The British style is more careful and thorough, with the foundation work in sources revealed as proudly as any part of the superstructure .(9) Paired with the Labors of Adam and Eve in the British Library and Huntington Library Speculum books is an image of Noah's ark, a bargelike vessel with a basilican superstructure beneath a dove with outstretched wings.(10) How far do the demands of the capitalist economy shape the political and cultural superstructure ?(11) The base, below ground level, is in-situ concrete, but the superstructure above the cross-aisle is prefabricated.(12) Due to the size, weight and cost of large buildings, testing the substructure's ability to carry the superstructure , becomes imperative.(13) The main superstructure frame is formed from reinforced concrete with post-tensioned, ribbed slab floors.(14) In temples and palaces it may be used as a free-standing figure or be incorporated into columns supporting the roof or, for smaller-scale figures, appear as a support or superstructure for lidded wooden bowls.(15) So the matrix is the ideological apparatus, the artifice of reification - the superstructure , seen from the outside to be the evidence of the alienation of man's labour-power.(16) In plan, the superstructure of the building consists of three zones.
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