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  • v. Alternative spelling of institutionalize.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • v. cause to be admitted; of persons to an institution


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  • We are not there yet, but I think we can "institutionalise" partnership into this business.

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  • Addressing gatherings in the Valley, separatists leaders asked the leadership in India and Pakistan to "institutionalise" the dialogue process to resolve the Kashmir issue and ensure involvement of Kashmiris in it.

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  • "institutionalise" the good relations that have been in existence between South Africa and Tunisia since official ties were established in 1993.

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  • I will explain why the recording industry must evolve and why it is improper for the industry to attempt to institutionalise stagnation through their litigation and legislation efforts.

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  • Well, that's my two cents 'worth; Keep up the good work Lydia; we are under attack and being pressured more than ever before; Why do I suspect the state will eventually (sooner rather than later) institutionalise everything creating orwell's 1984 in our own time.

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  • Worse, the effort to institutionalise reform – through, for example, all-women shortlists – merely set up a headline-grabbing backlash that in 2005 cost Labour Blaenau Gwent for the parliament.

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  • But we were interested to institutionalise the friendship and co-operation through a long-term agreement.

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  • The programme has funding for two years, but TA considers this such a priority that, says Samponaro, "we're trying to find a way to institutionalise it."

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  • Love, sexual drives and desires e.g. lust are imbedded in our genes; I regard love as an emotional underpinning of sex, which is but a physical desire of men and women to procreate, and/or to enjoy; marriage is a purely man made concept that the society created to institutionalise sex for procreation.

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  • And he and his Ministers including my two counterparts, Hassan Wirajuda firstly and Marty Natelegawa, are working very hard to institutionalise the trappings of democracy.

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