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- adj. Resembling a girder or some aspect of one.
Then they remove the pads and launch the missile from a girderlike launch rail in a grassy field somewhere in the Free World.
Two thirds of the way up its trunk, each "tree" was pierced by three or four thick, girderlike branches.
The new apparatus was set up, a machine that almost filled the laboratory ... a giant, compact mass of heavy, solidly built metal work, tied together by beams of girderlike construction.
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