constructable

constructable

(kənˈstrʌktəbəl)
adj
a variant spelling of constructible
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Before the beginning of this contract, Some of the aluminum roof posts in helsinginkatu will be dismantled and installed for new constructable outdoor lighting, Cable ducts, Outdoor lighting cables and outdoor lighting stands.
To make this project the best it can be it must be investable, constructable, and deliver a world-leading operating power station.
In anticipation of huge growth opportunities, architects, engineers, contractors, and real estate companies are posting strong demand for Building Information Modeling (BIM) software to create 3D constructable models that can enhance collaboration, visibility, and efficiency across the design, build, and operate stages of projects.
What's more, the constructable models created with Tekla can incorporate more detailed information than ever before," it said.
The campaign is aimed at securing suitable sheltering facilities for Syrian families based on international standards where housing units are designed to be more easily movable and constructable anywhere, he said.
Their topics include constructable functions and stack functions, Behrend functions and Donaldson-Thomas theory, and Donaldson-Thomas theory for quivers with superpotentials.
For consumerist readers/writers the world is also textualized; but it is an endlessly constructable field of play, and not just any play, but most especially the free play of signifiers that can be ordered at whim into lightly orgasmic objects of jouissance, of sexual or sensual pleasure.
Shahab Lutfi, CEO and founder of H&H Developers said: "We gave the architect the freedom to imagine and create a new structure that will stand as a landmark in Dubai and once the initial concept was developed we started the refinement process to make the building efficient and constructable at a reasonable cost.
Before discussing this case, we remark that, as far as the Frenet-Serret frame is constructable, one can still use the normal vectors to cast the dynamical equations into formal bi-Hamiltonian form.
Putting it all together in a system that works and that is constructable is not easy.
For example, our social infrastructure seems to be chock-full of devices designed to bypass our fakeable, performable, constructable body in reading the person's mind.
Central to Newton's achievement had been the application of mathematics--in the first instance, of the constructable space of Euclidean geometry--to physical space, and this necessitated overturning its Aristotelian treatment.