serving a useful purpose; tending to build up.
derived by inference; implied by operation of law; not obvious or explicit.
translation of 'constructive'
His repudiation of excluded middle flows from his 'constructive' conception of mathematics.
Keeping a murderer in prison costs upwards of £25,000 a year which could be better used for 'constructive' purposes.
Gendering transport history offers a full, useful and 'constructive' tool of analysis.
It should be noted that 'constructive' manslaughter requires the commission of an unlawful act.
Any advice and/or 'constructive' criticism is welcome, as always.
Authors might rate reviews as useful, creative, 'constructive' , or crucial to their paper.
Go to work for the day, lose yourself in something 'constructive' , the benefits outweigh the negatives.
The trouble with such sites is that it is just as easy for someone vandalise their pages as it is for someone to add something useful or 'constructive' .
His main work was on the 'constructive' theory of functions and approximation theory.
Plus she's a regular reviewer with some grand advice and 'constructive' criticism.
At the same time, impeding the efforts of soldiers at war serves no 'constructive' purpose.
His criticism was built on the fact that he believed only in 'constructive' mathematics.
He made a good start to solving this problem for n = 2 when he found a 'constructive' proof of a finite basis for binary forms.
Oh, and thank you for all the advice, I love 'constructive' criticism.
Comments, advice, suggestions or 'constructive' criticism are especially welcome.
The fault requirement for the offence of assault occasioning actual bodily harm reveals that it is an offence of 'constructive' liability.
Most of the comments here are delightfully informative, useful or otherwise 'constructive' , and I'm happy to keep it that way!
Further, the composition of liability as a 'constructive' trustee is wider than a tracing order in equity.
I told him he needed to be supportive and indulge me in some positive 'constructive' advice.
If so, I am opening up myself to 'constructive' criticism or helpful comments.
The question which now must be asked of Teagasc is what 'constructive' purpose do these reports serve.
The claim to a trust is a claim to a remedial and not an institutional 'constructive' trust and the limitation period is again 6 years.
I'd like someone to come up with a van, haul them off and put them to 'constructive' purpose.
He is perhaps best known, however, as one of the founders of the 'constructive' approach to contemporary mathematics.
He said it was a useful and 'constructive' meeting following on from the previous meeting.
They must try to profit from experience and 'constructive' advice.
Generally speaking, I find the critique to be 'constructive' and useful though largely misguided.
Suppose, further, that she attempts to use bulldozers for 'constructive' purposes.
I think that parents should work with schools in a 'constructive' partnership to benefit all parties.
Traditionally there has been a reluctance to use a driving offence as the unlawful act in 'constructive' manslaughter.
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