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use "constitute" in a sentence

They now constitute 13% of the global legal handset supply.

If that doesn't constitute a "New Global Context" I don't know what does.

Rights groups say hanging Basit would constitute cruel and degrading treatment.

Even more so, acts of that nature do not constitute, in themselves, terrorist acts."

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Six-eight boxes constitute the community garden and or residents’ individual garden boxes.

Amazingly, for a company as giant as Apple, that would constitute just a drop in the bucket.

OR7 and his family now constitute the Rogue Pack in the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest.

Despite the public perception, Ridgway’s move to Colorado did not constitute a special privilege.

Cosby's attorneys claimed the denials constitute opinions that are protected by the First Amendment.

Under our laws, being black does not constitute probable cause to arrest or detain someone, he said.

Both provinces are oil-rich and constitute the stronghold of IS in Syria, with access to the border.

It said that such documents constitute, in effect, the illegal export of weapons, and not free speech.

It has been said that women constitute half the world's population, perform nearly two-thirds of its work hours, receive one-tenth of the world's income, and own less than one-hundredth of the world's property.

Such games, he said, constitute a radical fictional work."

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