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Synonyms for construct

Synonyms for construct

to create by forming, combining, or altering materials

to make or form (a structure)

Synonyms for construct

put together out of artificial or natural components or parts

draw with suitable instruments and under specified conditions

create by linking linguistic units

create by organizing and linking ideas, arguments, or concepts

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435 million) has been released for constructing 41 Dams and reservoirs in various areas of the country during current financial year 2013-14, said an official of Ministry of Water and Power.
Schlinger (2003) has described the problem this way: "Rather than constructing formal definitions a priori and then looking for instances of them, scientists must discover the definition.
5) Some estimates of the additional cost of constructing a green house run as high as ten percent.
To speed her research--and save the eyesight of her team members--Silver is constructing a biological circuit that will prompt yeast cells to essentially count how many times they've divided.
Community colleges could fill these vacant buildings with their students, instead of constructing new buildings from scratch.
For Home, Country, and Race: Constructing Gender, Class, and Englishness in the Elementary School, 1880-1914.
The taxpayer is not required to be the tax owner; thus, more than one taxpayer may be regarded as constructing real property with respect to the same activity and the same construction project.
There is even a Pathfinder for constructing Web-based pathfinders easily located on the Web (http://home.
The life roles perspective provides the career counselor with a framework from which to explore with clients their identity, motivations, and preferences in constructing a life story.
Morrison's novel moves toward the kind of notion of identity that Mouffe describes as "an ensemble of 'subject positions' that can never be totally fixed in a closed system" and that remain "always contingent and precarious, temporarily fixed at the intersection of those subject position"; moreover, Mouffe argues that these points at which subject positions meet or intersect function as "nodal points, partial fixations," as "precarious forms of identification" that have the potential of constructing "forms of unity and common action" that do not depend on cen tered subjects or on pre-existing identities or unities" ("Feminism" 372, 381).
Upgrades generally consist of: construction of a influent by-pass screen and channel, replacing existing sluice gates, constructing two (2) secondary clarifiers, rehabilitating 2 existing secondary clarifiers, constructing a filler influent lift station, constructing new filter structure, constructing a filter control building, installing equipment previously procured by the County, converting a chlorine contact lank into a UV disinfection basin, constructing ferric chloride feed facilities, constructing flow control structures, constructing modifications to yard piping, and associated appurtenances.
Nootenboom has been constructing custom homes for 30 years, first working with his father and then on his own.
Constructing Spanish Womanhood: Female Identity in Modem Spain.
For example, the Service allowed (6) a taxpayer constructing a processing and storage complex to depreciate land grading and removal of soil to construct roadways.
They are constructing Web sites that support career counselors.
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