- n. Plural form of construction.
“In the Christian tradition -- and several others -- this relationship between God and our self-understanding is usually expressed in constructions of salvation.”
“It's been one of the most fun trends to watch in bookmaking (the legal kind) the past few years, and perhaps it's a sign of maturity that, along with the increasingly baroque constructions from the masters, some artists are stepping back toward simple elegance.”
“Climbing the hill that forms the backdrop to Yagul's main constructions affords an outstanding view across the valley.”
“It was also an influence rooted in constructions of "female virtues" of piety, purity, obedience, humility, dependence, self-sacrifice, and service, as epitomized by church images of the Virgin Mary.”
“This is for practicing certain constructions and vocabulary.”
“But gentle; epieikeis, equitable and just, or candid and fair in constructions of things, not taking words or actions in the worst sense; and for peace sometimes yielding somewhat of strict right.”
“Camcode's Metalphoto® anodized aluminum bar code labels, premium plastic label constructions, and proprietary coating technologies satisfy the most demanding applications.”
“The Label Printers, Aurora, IL, (www. thelabelprinters.com) started in business in 1967, manufacturing simple label constructions in a 1,000 square foot space, with 1 employee, serving the local Chicago market.”
“They add, significantly, that “the acquisition of constructions is input-driven and depends on the learner’s experience of these form-meaning-use combinations in interactions with others” (p. 92).”
“Those are examples of how I express the future, but those are examples of word constructions and not actual verb tenses, not conjugations.”
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