The constructor at the Columbian Iron Works then put heavy chains on her so that she could not turn over.
The constructor should remember to keep his engine well lubricated.
He bids fair to be equally successful as a constructor of air-craft as he formerly was as a pilot of flying machines.
It was remembered that the constructor of the machinery was dead.
It was the shop of a watchmaker and constructor of mechanical toys.
We have now to deal with him as a constructor—the author of a sociological system.
After all, architecture is severely perfect, which Nature does not claim after it leaves the hand of its constructor.
And that is perhaps what the constructor of the formula meant.
She was built by Christensen, the famous Norwegian constructor of sealing vessels, at Sandefjord.
The constructor of the enigma adapted its conditions to a foreknown solution.
1. In functional programming and type theory, one of the symbols used to create an object with an algebraic data type.
2. A function provided by a class in C++ and some other object-oriented languages to instantiate an object, i.e. to name it and initialise it. The constructor function has the same name as the class. A class may also have a destructor function to destroy objects of that class.