That means the 24 Republicans need to win constitute less than a third of those.
We can dick around over what types of physical or mental pain constitute torture, but there doesn't seem like too much debate that "torture" means "something that is really really painful that would be used in extreme (or under no) circumstances."
Since when does the consumption of saliva or perhaps vomit is a better term constitute the violation of “the prime directive”?
Similarly, Carey is right on the ball when he points out that the highbrow arts for want of a better term constitute a glorious opportunity for certain sections of the community to 'demonstrate', i.e. assert, their own superiority over the mere plebs who prefer Coronation Street to Hedda Gabler.
Brown and Joseph L. Goldstein constitute founding stones for our present knowledge concerning the cholesterol metabolism.
But, as we see clearly in this last case, when the relation and not the terms constitute the object, we have, if there is beauty at all, a beauty of form, not of expression; for the more mathematical the charm of music is the more form and the less expression do we see in it.
The two works thus entitled constitute a more or less exact autobiography of the writer of them, from the date of his birth to the end of August, 1825.
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