Given time-independent system of equations of motion and given a local, non-trivial constant of motion for these equations, it is shown that there exists a locally defined system of dynamical brackets, such that this given constant of motion, used together with these dynamical brackets, becomes a local Hamiltonian for the given system of equations of motion.
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