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con·stel·la·tion

(kon'stel-ā'shŭn),
In psychiatry, all the factors that determine a particular action.
[L.L. constellatio, fr. cum, together, + stella, star]
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constellation

(kŏn″stĕl-lā′shŭn) [L. con, together, + stella, star]
A group, set, or configuration of objects, individuals, or conditions.
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The constellational model offers a useful help to capture meaning relationships and place them in the right hierarchical level.
I sometimes advise people to continue the curve to Corvus, the constellational crow whose compact and geometrically neat pattern lies not far to Spica's southwest.
In Stars of Destiny, Moore's 2004 skeptical commentary on astrology, he suggested we might as well "create a totally new zodiac." He also presented his own constellational innovations.
The southern sky is now ruled by the constellational king of beasts: Leo, the Lion.