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- v. Alternative spelling of install.
- v. To pay by instalments.
- n. Installation.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. set up for use
- v. put into an office or a position
- v. place
Sorry, no etymologies found.
In an act of vandalism, the navy had blown this off in 1971 to instal a beacon, which probably never worked.
S: Landing with autopilot does not instal with this airplane type.
The commons authorities reported a rise in employees seeking permission to instal electric kettles and toasters in their offices to save money.
Depending on a single economic statistic, the real meaning of which is questionable, and which may be revised later even if it hasn't been falsified at the time, the British people will decide whether or not to instal members of a different party as the elected dictatorship for the following five years.
For a jest, they instal a microphone in the Snapes 'bedroom.
I instal this set up 3 yrs ago on this CDL and the 0 has not change done bit after 3 trips to the Rockies and 5 weeks here.
Ah well you see - Tavistock because: Duke of Bedford was a bit of a water and sewerage enthusiast as discussed in earlyer pages and the estate went to great lengths to instal a very comprehensive system at Tavistock.
To make your iphone work you need to instal itunes on your 64 bit win 7 comp.
The EU/UN 's brokered/supervised (by their own troops) treaty 1701 between Israel and Hizbollah-Lebanon enabled the latter to instal 40,000 rockets aimed, at this moment, at Israel's northern towns.
Message to one's self: must have plumber in to instal separate lavatory in summer house for unclean Nanny. cuffleyburgers
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