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Definition of "structuring" [structuring]

  • Present participle of structure. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "structuring" in a sentence
  • "We do know that there have been all sorts of reports threatening some serious criminal charges, including what they call structuring, trying to conceal the transfer of funds which potentially carries a five-year penalty."
  • ""He was trying, and succeeding, in structuring the biggest, most spectacular live production ever seen," says Johnny Caswell, co-owner of CenterStaging in Burbank, Calif., where Jackson polished the show from late March to early June before shifting rehearsals to larger venues."
  • "Good writing requires logic, both in structuring a sentence, a paragraph, or a book."
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