- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of deconstruct.
“deconstructs" - by bringing to the foreground the layers of processing and physical operations which otherwise remain hidden to the user (and which he is usually invited to ignore).”
“Yet to use a word I hate (standing for a philosophy that leaves me cold), when one "deconstructs" what Posner is saying, when one "unpacks" it (to use another jargonistic word), it may not hold water, or may at least be highly debatable.”
“Matt's paintings feature recognisable cartoon characters that he 'deconstructs' to come up with the finished product, that is an almost tongue-and-cheek look at conventional art.”
“It certainly deconstructs the genre, keeping far away from at least as many tenets as it embraces.”
“This kid meets his first gay couple, deconstructs what marriage means, is surprised but cool with it, then invites the guys to play ping pong with him.”
“She hints at a flashback to the year 1000, deconstructs the "Delena" kiss and reveals the unique way they'll set the stage for the show's return in September.”
“MR: Now, you've got another song on your Animal Vehicle album that deconstructs the musical stereotype, "How To Write A Love Song.”
“Writers take our deepest cultural fears – which change with each generation – and deconstructs them, demythologizes them, and then re-mythologizes them into new expressions.”
“Director Sidney Lumet's 1957 classic, 12 Angry Men, a mainstay in law and business school curriculum, that shows the influence of preconceived notions, assumptions and prejudice, and deconstructs coalition building, the art of persuasion, reciprocity, and dealmaking, is a useful film for understanding politicians involved in the debt ceiling talks.”
“New York magazine's Dan Amira is having none of it, and deconstructs Santorum:Santorum's revisionist interpretation — that he went out of his way to differentiate between homosexuality and pedophilia/bestiality — is absurd.”
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