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Word: institution

Definition: instituting; (building for the) organization; established custom, practice, or relationship in a society; mental hospital; Ex. institution of marriage

Sentences Containing 'institution'

"University College" is also the name of a Canadian educational institution.
"Weekly Qaumi Sports" and "Khawateen Digest" are published under the institution.
After formation of Haryana, it was declared as an autonomous institution.
All these important amenities attract the students to this institution.
An earlier institution, the Taehak, had been founded in 372.
As an institution, it was founded by Sarah Farmer in 1894.
As such, the AAS is a non-taxable institution.
But neither the bounty, it is evident, nor any other human institution, can have any such effect.
Carpenter Bus at Smithsonian Institution.
Directly related to this was the institution of minstrelsy.
Each synod was to retain management of its own institution.
Farmer managed the institution from 1890 to 1916.
Federal Correctional Institution, Allenwood Low
Federal Correctional Institution, Big Spring
Federal Correctional Institution, Butner Low
Federal Correctional Institution, Cumberland
Federal Correctional Institution, Manchester
Federal Correctional Institution, Schuylkill
He also has served on the boards of the Hoover Institution (1995-) and St.
He characterized the mental institution as a total institution—one in which virtually every aspect of the inmates’ lives was controlled by the institution and calculated to serve the institution's goals.
He has pieces featured in the Smithsonian Institution and the Library of Congress.
He joined the Royal Institution in 1817.
He served as president of that institution until he retired in 1917.
He was a bencher of his inn and a member of the Royal Institution.
He was also president of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers and of the Institution of Civil Engineers.
II.--Of the Expense of the Institution for the Education of Youth.
In the West and South they have a new institution the Broom Brigade.
It is the only college to be certified by NAAC as an A grade institution in the Hyderabad region.
It shares a property with Westmorland Institution and Shepody Healing Centre.
It was now reduced and confined to the original purpose of its institution.
It was the first financial institution registered in Galician.
It was the first such institution founded in Japan.
Mary's has progressed consistently as an educational institution.
MTDB is a privately held financial institution.
Other primary educational institution is G.L.P. School, Vettecode.
Public utility, however, and not revenue, was the original object of this institution.
She currently is hospitalized at a mental institution in Buenos Aires.
She is caught by the police and placed in a mental institution.
The Achimota Hospital is the primary healthcare institution in Achimota.
The boiler was stored again and eventually acquired by the Smithsonian Institution in 1890.
The expense of a riding school is so great, that in most places it is a public institution.
The institution maintains a strict atmosphere inside the campus.
The institution that houses a chapter is referred to in the Fraternity's National Constitution as the chapter's "sheltering institution".
The institution was renamed the City Art Museum.
The Jewel House in the Tower of London is both a building and an institution.
The policy used by the institution is the "meritorious inclusion".
The University of Mary Washington is an NCAA Division III institution.
They are said, likewise, to have been more abundant before the institution of those currencies.
This is a religious educational institution for Muslim community of Pullancheri.
This is the primary educational institution of the natives.

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