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Word: institute

Definition: organization for a special purpose; V: establish


Sentences Containing 'institute'

, he has a scholarship with the Victorian Institute of Sport.
, she has a scholarship with the Victorian Institute of Sport.
Additionally, the Prize is affiliated with the Kravis Leadership Institute, a research institute within CMC.
After his death, the Institute was renamed the Budker Institute for Nuclear Physics in his honour.
After his studies, he was appointed head of the Neurobiological Institute, at the Mental Institute of Milan.
Agricultural Research Institute of Ontario
Australian Artificial Intelligence Institute
Barisal Polytechnic Institute () or BPI is a Government Technical Institute in Barisal, Bangladesh.
Beijing Institute of Petrochemical Technology
Brazilian Historic and Geographic Institute
Conceicao Rodrigues Institute of Technology.
Delhi Institute of Engineering and Technology
Emmerich has taught at The Pratt Institute and currently teaches at The Fashion Institute of Technology.
From 1980 to 1981, he was Director of the Institute.
He established the institute for gerontology and geriatry.
He graduated from the Peabody Institute in 1972.
He has attended Musicians Institute in Hollywood.
He is a member of the American Law Institute.
He obtained his Doctorate Degree from the same institute.
He was on the board of the Lexington Institute.
He was president of the Anthropological Institute in 1895-1897.
He was the founder of Bangladesh Enterprise Institute.
In 1991, the institute was split into the Max Planck Institute for Physics, the Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics and the Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics.
Indian Institute of Science is the premier research institute in the field of science and engineering.
Institute for Dynamic Educational Advancement
Institute of Higher International Studies
International Institute for Conservation Bulletin, No.
International Institute of Tropical Forestry
It should not be confused with the Norwegian Institute of Technology.
Its neighbors include the Peabody Institute.
Joint Institute for Nuclear Astrophysics
Kavikulguru Institute of Technology and Science
National Institute for Consumer Research
National Institute of Painting and Decorating
National Institute of Technology (Norway)
Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) is a leading health sciences institute in Islamabad.
Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation
She attended Runnymede Collegiate Institute.
She studied illustration at Pratt Institute.
That time there were no art institute present in Dhaka and he was the founding principal of that institute.
The current directorial board of the institute is Former directors of the institute include:
The Ecumenical Institute of Theology at St.
The Graf-M√ľnster-Gymnasium is the biggest institute in Bayreuth.
The Institute announced a blog in March 2013, the Maxwell Institute Blog.
The Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors
The Institute of Professional Sound, previously the Institute of Broadcast Sound, is an organisation for audio professionals.
The Institute of the Peoples of the North () is a research and later educationary institute based in Leningrad.
The Northern Sydney Institute is the TAFE NSW Institute servicing the northern suburbs of Sydney.
The objects of the Institute of IT Professionals, as provided in the Institute's constitution, are to: Codes of Conduct and Practice.
Visvesvaraya Institute of Advanced Technology.

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