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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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Optimally, invalidation will lead the person to reconstrue, formulating new predictions, but people vary in the extent to which they are able to do this, which also depends upon the nature of the constructs involved in the predictions.
The constructs were square with a 10cm diagonal and a 0.
One of the interesting aspects of this study was that researchers measured these constructs over time and not just one point in time; they therefore could examine any change in the constructs (patient experiences) during and after hospitalization.
This paper will address the two topics: (a) the distinction between events and constructs and (b) the proper use of constructs.
The final result of the analysis was that the linkage between the trust and satisfaction constructs was also highly significant (p<0.
The clues must lie both in the creators and in the observers of these constructed constructs.
17) Thus, when a client finds that it has to use the relinquished property's exchange proceeds to construct improvements on the replacement property after the exchange-deferral period, it should restructure the exchange to become a reverse exchange (discussed below), rather than a conventional forward exchange.
The enterprise is responsible for ensuring that the serial number is unique within the enterprise identifier (for UID Construct #1) or unique within the original part number (for UID Construct #2).
The Convent provides a space that not only ensures temporary survival to all those who find their way there--regardless of race, class, age, or past history--but also validates "ordinary" women and "their small stories" (212) to the extent that collectively they can construct subject positions for themselves that include positions other than that of subjugation.
Before injecting zebrafish eggs with a GFP reporter construct under regulatory control of the human CYP1A1 promoter/enhancer region, we had to determine whether this 5' regulatory region of CYP1A1 was responsive to AhR ligands in zebrafish.
Therefore, it has been suggested that utilization of instruments which measure multi-dimensional constructs may yield more valid information regarding consumer opinion (Bativia & DeJong, 1990; (Ostrom, 1989).
All four of these chapters show the ideological constructs that operated to reinforce ideas of gender difference and reveal some of the complex ways in which these ideas were transmitted and reinforced in modern Spain.
The constructs of self-concept and self-esteem are considered to be the best indicators for assessing this development or growth.
Complexities associated with both the pathological condition and the body of knowledge concerning HIV/AIDS exist within, and because of, social constructs circumscribing the pandemic.
The artist constructs wooden models, generally measuring around 60 by 70 inches, of his former Salzburg studio, places small familiar objects inside, and then photographs details of the set.