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What is a deconstructive force?

A deconstructive force is something that destroys or takes apart sediment, such as erosion or weathering. Examples: Mammoth Cave, tsunamis, and earthquakes.
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Example of deconstruction?

The word deconstruction means to analyze something very critically.  Usually the analysis is of philosophical and literary language that  are part of the conceptual systems. (MORE)

How do you deconstruct a text?

  look at the syntax and Diction used in the passage of text and analyze or interpret it. There really aren't many wrong answers.   look at the syntax and Diction used (MORE)

WHAT IS deconstructive forces?

A deconstructive force is something that destroys or takes apart sediment, such as erosion or weathering. Examples: Mammoth Cave, tsunamis, and earthquakes. Read more: http: (MORE)

How are volcanoes deconstructive?

Volcanoes are considered destructive because they omit ash and  toxic gas into the air killing anything that breathes it in.  Volcanoes also burn and kill anything that thei (MORE)

What is deconstructed food?

It's taking the parts of a dish and separating the individual components into a new usage. The pieces should be recognizable by themselves but when eaten together should bring (MORE)

Why is it important to deconstruct media messages?

TO understand the stated and unstated messages of a  commercial.    incorrect actually!   to evaluate obvious and hidden messages..   actually tj is right that (MORE)

What is a java deconstruct?

Every class has at least one it's ownconstructort. Constructor creates a instance for the class. Constructor initiates (initialize) something related to the class's methods. C (MORE)