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con·struct

(kon'strukt),
1. The combination of a bone graft, metal instrumentation, prosthetic devices, and/or bone cement applied to a specific level of the skeleton in the course of reconstructive or fracture surgery.
2. In psychiatry/psychology, a set of related ideas used to define, understand, and assess a given phenomenon.

con·struct

(konstrŭkt)
Combination of a bone graft, metal instrumentation, prosthetic devices, and/or bone cement applied to a specific level of the skeleton in the course of reconstructive, dental, or fracture surgery.
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In the San Francisco Bay area, constructed wetlands are used for enhancement--habitat restoration and public access--rather than treatment.
Also in Columbus, a 199,000 square foot suburban office build-to-suit project that is 100 percent pre-leased located in Duke's Easton business park that will be constructed in a joint venture with the Georgetown Company;
The MDA authorities mentioned the road under the flyover at Shershah which had already been constructed.
On the occasion, keys of newly constructed homes were distributed among 26 families.
That length of the M8/A8 Edinburgh - Greenock Trunk Road being the newly constructed eastbound carriageway from where it diverges from the circulatory carriageway at Swinton generally eastwards to where it meets the circulatory carriageway of the Baillieston Interchange roundabout, a distance of 270 metres or thereby.
Capital projects, other than schools, more than $30,000,000 must be designed and constructed so as to reduce energy cost by a minimum of twenty-five percent.
Compared to conventional treatment systems, the often lower cost, pleasing aesthetics, and reduced need to monitor explain why constructed wetlands are the "dominant technology that has been applied to mine drainage or metals-contaminated waters," says Mark Fitch, an associate professor of civil engineering at the University of Missouri-Rolla.
Reality is constructed within three realms--social, physical, and individual--and is composed of societal definitions and interactions (Charon, 1992, pp.
Clearly, the narratorial self is constructed similarly in both texts as an individual able to critique her situation analytically and simultaneously at ease expressing that critique in colloquially figurative speech.
Any object that might be found around a painter's studio, whether tools, chairs, and tables; easels; or even a pinball machine, is liable to turn up at scale in the models, often constructed by the artist himself.
Gross, "Almost every lattice that's been previously constructed and analyzed pops out of this method for a suitable elliptic curve.
Longfoot has constructed its first station as planned and is excited about continuing other new developments for Longfoot.