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The noses and mouths of the different faces are joined together and constitute a fairly regular pattern.

Evolution in ArtAlfred C. Haddon

But as it has been interpreted above, it certainly did not constitute an addition to Paul's gospel.

That they had no right whatever to constitute themselves a court-martial, and bring him to trial, they knew perfectly well.

Cudjo's CaveJ. T. Trowbridge

It has never been held necessary, to constitute a citizen within the act, that he should have the qualifications of an elector.

All this did not constitute a rich dowry for the future capital.

The rising of the sun does not constitute time; for the sun is always rising—somewhere.

I then formed his acquaintance and had a series of conversations with him, which constitute pleasing recollections to me.

The transferences of force from agent to object which constitute natural phenomena, occupy time.

InstigationsEzra Pound

It constitutes a resting-place for us; it does not constitute our working-place.

The TeacherGeorge Herbert Palmer

The Ideas, as we have seen, constitute the determinate stages of objectivation of the Will.

SchopenhauerThomas Whittaker

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