Some articles on constitute:
... the rope and touch the opposite court to constitute a "touch-down" ... If a ball is batted into the neutral ground by a player receiving it, it shall constitute a foul against the side receiving the ball ... An "out" ball beyond the Boundary Lines shall not constitute a foul unless tapped by a player as it passes over the court, when it counts against the side ...
... Multiple members of the same species in close proximity constitute a population ... Different populations in proximity constitute a community, which in conjunction with its nonliving environment constitute an ecosystem ... The conditions that constitute an organisms life cycle is its habitat ...
... information in the initial statement for it to constitute an offer ... since the advertisement did not specify the number of birds he had it could not constitute an offer if it did he could have been legally bound to provide more birds ... posting catalogues of items for sale to people did not constitute an offer since there was insufficient detail ...
... Males constitute 49% of the population and females 51% ... Hindus, Christians and Muslims constitute the bulk of the population, with Hindus as the majority, with 60%, closely followed by Christians ... Catholics constitute 91% of the Christian population of the district spreading in 5 dioceses namely Thrissur (4,60,000), Irinjalakkuda (2,52,000) and Kottapuram (75,000) ...
... They constitute roughly 4% of Prizren's population, and the town remains the historical, cultural and political centre of the Kosovan Turkish community ... In Vučitrn Turks constitute about 0.9% of the total population, and live scattered throughout the urban areas ... are concentrated in the urban areas of the city, and constitute roughly 0.4% of the total municipal population, and in the rural settlements of Janjevo and Banullë/Bandulić in the Lipljan municipality, where they ...
More definitions of "constitute":
- (verb): Form or compose.
Example: "These constitute my entire belonging"
Synonyms: represent, make up, comprise, be
Famous quotes containing the word constitute:
“I will have never a noble,
No lineage counted great;
Fishers and choppers and ploughmen
Shall constitute a state.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“Fortuitous circumstances constitute the moulds that shape the majority of human lives, and the hasty impress of an accident is too often regarded as the relentless decree of all ordaining fate.”
—Augusta Evans (18351909)
“Abatement in the hostility of ones enemies must never be thought to signify they have been won over. It only means that one has ceased to constitute a threat.”
—Quentin Crisp (b. 1908)