from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To establish in office; install.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To install (someone) in office; to establish.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To set, place, or establish, as in a rank, office, or condition; to install; to invest.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To set or place; establish, as in a rank or condition.
- To invest.
North Carolina improved to 21-1 in instate tournament games, including 6-0 in games played here - home to Atlantic Coast Conference rival Wake Forest.
While this was not a war, the instate was the same.
But, the difficult national environment for Democrats coupled with a surge in Republican energy instate -- the result of the passage of a stringent immigration bill -- quickly turned the race into a serious contest.
Soccer Board of Directors voted to re-instate the provisional sanction.
After a first refusal, Obama says he'll now re-instate solar water heating to the White House roof, and will add photo-voltaic cells that will generate electricity.
If we want to avoid catastrophic climate change and avoid climate disaster, we need to instate a moratorium on drilling in the Arctic.
I think only money from instate sources should be allowed to pay for the campaign.
This seems like more of a power play to me: they want a worldwide governing body to oversee this and have them instate rules in place that will change our lives forever.
It's time to re-instate the tax breaks from the 2000-2004 period and we all have to face the fact that these bills must be paid.
Then if Congress really thinks this is incorrect, they can re-instate them.