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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of constitute.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Set; fixed; established; made; elected; appointed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. brought about or set up or accepted; especially long established
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Unlike Alabama, the BATF initially approved the Balthus label, though Mouton later requested that the approval be rescinded after allegations were made that the label constituted child pornography.
Obviously the term constituted a high compliment in Peter's estimation and the evident satisfaction that it afforded to Stella seemed to confirm the impression.
Then you are saying to me now, "On the other you state that a post that was not even directed at you and which did not even mention your name constituted bullying."
As a liberal I feel strongly that we need a sane, sensible conservative party as a counterbalance to my own side's view of the world - but the GOP as currently constituted is not that.
The political class, as constituted, is just a reflection of this imbalance.
It also provided an excuse for her household to remain constituted even if separated from her physically.
The experiment of guarding a state prisoner whose household was determined to remain constituted and near her ended in April 1555.
McClintock (261) insists that nationalism is constituted from the very beginning as a gendered discourse tipped symbolically and materially in favour of men.
And the word constituted culture, because the word carried meaning.
That Pugwash was constituted from the beginning not solely along bilateral lines but rather with much broader participation was a great asset in dealing with this wider agenda, in which the interests of every region are at stake and the participation of every region in the solutions is required.