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  • n. Plural form of constructor.


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  • Note: It is of course sometimes possible to get away from calling constructors by using a DIF like Guice.

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  • He added: Within the team, if you ask the guys on the shop floor the constructors' is the one where their pride is because that is where they are measured against their peers up and down the pitlane.

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  • Newey has been the brains behind Red Bull's rise, and for him the constructors' is the measure of a team's standing.

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  • Cruciverb. com - an essential resource for crossword constructors

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  • Aspiring crossword constructors might begin by first visiting a summary of the standard rules and reading the article about a team of

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  • For a group of young crossword constructors, "cablegram" is out and "wingman" and Katy Perry are in.

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  • Justification A constructor will implicitly call the constructors for its bases and will initialise some or all of its members (potentially calling more constructors).

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  • You can call constructors in the conventional style: quit = Qt:: PushButton. new ( "Quit", self, "quit")

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  • Like all great crossword constructors, Quigley has a unique style -- in his case, it's heavy on pop-culture references and clever use of slang.

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  • The difference in return on investment has attracted big-name constructors to IRC: Peugeot,



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