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construct (something) from (something)

To build something from certain materials or items. We constructed our solar system from foam balls and popsicle sticks—what did you guys use?
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construct something from something

 and construct something out of something
to build something using something. Do you want to construct the house from wood? Shall we construct the building out of stone?
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Optimising processes between engineered models and constructible models are key for construction project success.
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Africanicity, in this sense, presents an emerging articulation of identity, a conjunctural process for investigation, which is not a linear historicism; it is actually non-linear in time, and its cultural and spatial boundaries are equally constructible.
A thickness of 1m for each lift was selected because it is readily constructible and, based on experience and practical training of the design team, is highly resistant to surficial failure during intense rainfall, conditions of soil saturation, and high tractive forces during high discharge events.
What is more, it demonstrates convergence and has the added benefit of producing the reward of constructible polygons, including star polygons at the end of the process.
What the intuitionist mission of distilling mathematical existence down to what is subjectively constructible gains for mathematics in clarity, it looses in scope, and 'full of pain, the mathematician sees the greatest part of his towering edifice dissolve in fog'.
This will make for a constructible pavement that provides excellent long-term performance.
This leads us to consider that the answer for a digit sum is constructible from the previous digit sum if we read the candidates in a different way.
La presence d'une quantite suffisante d'espace constructible en zone blanche peut aussi influencer le discours actuel.
One immediate problem with this comparison to Kant is that Kant's acceptance of synthetic a priori principles in mathematics is intimately connected to his view that mathematical concepts must be constructible in pure intuition.
He confuses constructible numbers, those numbers that can be constructed using a compass and a straight edge, with algebraic numbers, those that are the roots of polynomials with integer coefficients.
It too falls under Priest's schema; and, strikingly, it is constructible in the simple type theory of Principia Mathematica (see de Rouilhan 1996, pp.
Note also that the formula for the model-theoretic weakest precondition is algorithmically constructible from the syntax alone.