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- n. Alternative form of constructor.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, constructs or frames.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as constructor.
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Today, each constructer seems to get only one shot.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: My name is Kris Clayborne (ph) and I'm an elevator constructer.
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More than any other person, Bishop Holsey was the constructer of the plan after which our financial systems since then have been similitudes.
Connecticut is here, and she comes, I doubt not, in the spirit of ROGER SHERMAN, whose name with our very children has become a household word, and who was in life the embodiment of that sound practical sense which befits the great lawgiver and constructer of governments.
A Report of the Debates and Proceedings in the Secret Sessions of the Conference Convention For Proposing Amendments to the Constitution of the United States, Held at Washington, D.C., in February, A.D. 1861
George Stephenson, the constructer of the "Rocket," was also the hero of the Chat Moss.
'I'll tell you what it is, young boa-constructer,' said Mr. Weller impressively; 'if you don't sleep a little less, and exercise a little more, wen you comes to be a man you'll lay yourself open to the same sort of personal inconwenience as was inflicted on the old gen'l'm'n as wore the pigtail.'
Wins MotoGP rider title and wins all titles for constructer, team, and rookie of the year.
(A constructor's job) Introduction Task A constructer is trying to find how Process much square feet of wood he would need for the roof of his building.
‘I’ll tell you what it is, young boa – constructer,’ said Mr. Weller impressively; ‘if you don’t sleep a little less, and exercise a little more, wen you comes to be a man you’ll lay yourself open to the same sort of personal inconwenience as was inflicted on the old gen’l’m’n as wore the pigtail.’
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