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Synonyms for constitute

Synonyms for constitute

to be the constituent parts of

to be equivalent or tantamount

to put in force or cause to be by legal authority

to bring into existence formally

Synonyms for constitute

create and charge with a task or function

to compose or represent:"This wall forms the background of the stage setting"

set up or lay the groundwork for

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And, the majority ruled, there was no emergency that necessitated the president constituting a tribunal without first obtaining the explicit authorization of Congress.
In 2005, the assessors of Sutter and Orange counties filed suit in the Superior Court of Sacramento County arguing that categorizing transfers to domestic partners upon death as transfers not constituting a "change in ownership" for property taxation purposes was invalid.
The final regulations provide that activities constituting construction include activities typically performed by a general contractor, such as management and oversight of the construction process (including approvals, periodic inspection of the progress of the construction project, and required job modifications).
Courts can and will enforce these provisions, for example, those regarding non-waiver by owner and architect certifications as not constituting acceptance of the work, and they may thus serve to nullify owner conduct that appears to be contrary to the owner's belated position on such key issues as damages for delay.
Because none of these deficiencies were cited at an "F" level, constituting Substandard Quality of Care (SQC), the state survey agency will require a PoC but view a revisit as "discretionary"; i.
Considering that Article 2(4) of the United Nations Charter, one of that document's most fundamental provisions, bans both the threat and the use of force (the former nevertheless constituting a less serious violation), the same legal issues relate to United States threats during the 1998 crisis itself.
section] 881 (a)(6) (forfeiture of property constituting or traceable to drug proceeds) and 18 U.
Philosophy is active; at the heart of its discursive organization is an act, the particular act of seizing truths, principally the truths of its time, truths in progress, incipient truths, truths in the process of constituting themselves, the truths that indicate what our time is really made of.
In addition to constituting reasonable compensation, under Rev.
Certain statements contained in this press release regarding RHD's future operating results or performance or business plans or prospects and any other statements not constituting historical fact are "forward-looking statements" subject to the safe harbor created by the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.
Muscat: Oman's total exports of crude stood at 243,689,900 barrels in the first 11 months of 2010, as against 222,139,700 barrels during the same period in 2009, constituting a 9.
The average daily production stood at 862,700 barrels during the first eleven months of 2010 against 809,600 barrels during the same period in 2009, constituting a 6.
Until the IRS issues updated guidance, the IRS will not likely challenge a civilian employer's treatment of differential payments as not constituting "wages" for employment tax purposes.
The court analogized the relationship between the parent and each subsidiary as constituting individual unitary spokes in a wheel, with the parent at the wheel's center.
The commencement of summary proceedings first resulted in an interim settlement whereby the tenant stipulated that she would cease and desist from any further acts constituting a nuisance.