Institutionally Instroke

Institutions

Meanings and phrases

educational institutions

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  • Vazhoor have a number of educational institutions.
  • The city has a variety of educational institutions.
  • Some of the educational institutions in Puri are:

financial institutions

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  • Cryan was head of UBS's financial institutions group.
  • 16 out of 50 financial institutions faced bankruptcy.
  • Nine financial institutions received funds on October 28, 2008.

other institutions

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  • This letter opened up many doors in the SvFF and other institutions.
  • Like the other institutions, the Parliament's seat was not yet fixed.
  • Casinos and other institutions for gambling might also be monopolized.

education institutions

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  • It is one of India's oldest education institutions.
  • Alexandria has a number of higher education institutions.
  • Greater Cleveland is home to several higher education institutions.

institutions such

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  • To accommodate the union, institutions such as the law and national churches of each remained separate.
  • Subsequently, art institutions such as the Groninger Museum began to acquire garments from the designers.
  • The ADDM, jointly with other institutions such as the Barcelona City Council, created the Foundation in 1996.

academic institutions

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  • Hafun has a number of academic institutions.
  • It was established by big names in academic institutions.
  • It is a centre of academic institutions and other offices.

institutions of higher

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  • Notable institutions of higher education include:
  • Sønderborg hosts several institutions of higher education.
  • Downtown is home to three institutions of higher learning.

higher education institutions

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  • Alexandria has a number of higher education institutions.
  • Greater Cleveland is home to several higher education institutions.
  • Her books are widely used as textbooks in higher education institutions.

cultural institutions

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  • The following cultural institutions are based in Lamego:
  • There are several cultural institutions in and around the city.
  • Australian Jewry has a number of important social and cultural institutions.

public institutions

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  • Family administrations now became public institutions.
  • 1 among public institutions and tied for fourth overall.
  • 11 among public institutions and tied for twenty-first overall.

research institutions

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  • Nagoya is one of the top research institutions in Japan.
  • It receives scientific support by a variety of German and foreign research institutions.
  • He developed a good reputation and made initial contacts with universities and research institutions.

religious institutions

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  • The confiscation of religious institutions continued unabated.
  • Among active religious institutions, it typically lasted 4–6 months.
  • The vaqf is a traditional source of financial support for all religious institutions.

institutions including

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  • The test is supported by more than 700 institutions including the California State University system.
  • She founded several institutions including Norland Place School and, most notably, the Norland Institute.
  • In late 1970s, he immigrated to the United States and held positions at several institutions including IBM Research.

private institutions

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  • Elementary schools are run by public and private institutions.
  • The remaining 3% was owned by private institutions and individuals.
  • and also share the services of Lusa to various public and private institutions.

state institutions

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  • The committee's decisions bind state institutions.
  • To perform Security and Protection tasks in state institutions.
  • They were often used by state institutions and communist party officials.

government institutions

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  • Later in the day, the military dissolved all government institutions and set a curfew.
  • Ramanatham – Tholudur are well served by government institutions like schools, post office, etc.
  • It has often ruled against government institutions at various levels (particularly local councils).

political institutions

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  • The city's political institutions and the university were all handed over to the Huguenots.
  • This decision, however, did not mandate that the republic's political institutions would also move.
  • This economic growth is further expected to shape the political institutions in China in the future.

various institutions

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  • Today, it is used as a motto by various institutions, including:
  • Many segments have been given to various institutions in the world.
  • After the end of the conflict, he worked in various institutions in Paris.

social institutions

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  • Many opinion makers say the situation in all American social institutions is the same.
  • The 26-year-long civil war has ravaged the country's political and social institutions.
  • The Italian government helped a number of medical and social institutions in Azerbaijan as well.

international institutions

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  • domestic and international institutions, academic and commercial institutions).
  • When it did not find a buyer it started to approach international institutions.
  • This steady economic progress has earned Armenia increasing support from international institutions.

several institutions

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  • She served several institutions in various capacities.
  • Sønderborg hosts several institutions of higher education.
  • The city is home to several institutions of higher learning.

member institutions

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  • The following is a list of member institutions:
  • There are 65 member institutions:
  • The members of committees are representatives of the countries and member institutions.

democratic institutions

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  • The Magonid clan was compelled to compromise and allow representative and even some democratic institutions.
  • Massoud created democratic institutions that were structured into several committees: political, health, education and economic.
  • Massoud created democratic institutions which were structured into several committees: political, health, education and economic.

many institutions

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  • There are so many institutions under this diocese.
  • During this time, so many institutions founded under the diocese.
  • Education occurs in many forms for many purposes through many institutions.

following institutions

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  • The following institutions are home to chapters of Rho Alpha Sigma:
  • It is or has been the official motto of the following institutions:
  • Alumni of the following institutions are eligible for affiliate membership:

such institutions

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  • The term Western Reserve lives on in such institutions as Western Reserve Academy and Case Western Reserve.
  • Swift donated large sums of money to such institutions as the University of Chicago, the Methodist Episcopal Church, and YMCA.
  • After the war, it has continued to operate such institutions in the United States as Agudath Israel of America, and in Israel.

institutions include

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  • Major institutions include:
  • Other educational institutions include a nursery school and a kindergarten.
  • Educational institutions include: First Avenue Elementary School, Dr. William.

medical institutions

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  • Citizens with a short-term health problem must send to medical institutions for treatment at the expense of the state budget.
  • The first professional medical social workers in England were called hospital almoners, and were based in medical institutions.
  • Allen strengthened the company's links with medical institutions, particularly Guy's Hospital where he was elected to its Physical Society.

institutions around

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  • The ENSAIT has a partnership with more than 300 institutions around the world.
  • The University has international exchange ties with 25 institutions around the world.
  • Yeungnam maintains sisterhood relationships with various institutions around the world.

both institutions

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  • At both institutions he recorded winning records.
  • Many members have served in both institutions.
  • At their peak, both institutions had enrollment of over 2,000 students.

number of institutions

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  • Caldwell has been associated with a number of institutions, notably including:
  • A number of institutions founded by members of Singhania family bears his name.
  • Tough first began teaching music technology at a number of institutions in California, including UCLA.

institutions across

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  • Classes are held at specialised educational institutions across India.
  • The use of the Albanian language serves as the primary language of instruction in all academic institutions across the country.
  • Since the outbreak of civil war in 1991, there have been local efforts to re-establish educational institutions across the country.

charitable institutions

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  • Pratt gave much of his time and wealth to Baltimore’s cultural and charitable institutions.
  • In his last years he made considerable donations to a large number of charitable institutions.
  • The Committee rules impose to give the net proceeds of each edition to charitable institutions.

scientific institutions

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  • There is active cooperation with the archives and scientific institutions.
  • The magazine is available to universities and various scientific institutions.
  • mainzed is a joint initiative of six scientific institutions to promote digital methodology in the humanities and cultural sciences in Mainz, Germany.

tertiary institutions

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  • Collectively, these are sometimes known as tertiary institutions.
  • Many students undertake tertiary institutions in Namibia and abroad.
  • Others included co-operation with RTHK, HSBC, tertiary institutions, etc.

governmental institutions

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  • Many colonial buildings in the area are preserved and can still be seen today as governmental institutions.
  • The company focuses on delivering fintech software solutions to institutional clients and governmental institutions.
  • In Paris, the Persians express themselves on a wide variety of subjects, from governmental institutions to salon caricatures.

local institutions

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  • Australian Town and Country reported: "In his electorate he has been always associated with the progress of local institutions.
  • To this effect, FESF coordinates field implementation projects for the students in partnership with local institutions around the country.
  • Often local institutions manage archeological museums with roman or arab artifacts, as well as others dedicated to local customs, crafts or trades.

different institutions

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  • Previously working as principal in different institutions.
  • The clocks at different institutions are regularly compared against each other.
  • Five different institutions run football schools, attended by 1,000 children each year.

art institutions

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  • In total, the Broads have pledged roughly $1 billion to Los Angeles art institutions.
  • Subsequently, art institutions such as the Groninger Museum began to acquire garments from the designers.
  • Midtown is known for its art institutions, cultural attractions, institutions of higher education, and dense form.

national institutions

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  • Each summer, he attended major national institutions.
  • The City of Brussels is the location of many national institutions.
  • Nigeriens consider this date to be the founding of their national institutions.

banking institutions

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  • The other banking institutions are Canara Bank and Federal bank .
  • Central banking institutions are generally independent of the government executive.
  • Malom Service Co-operative Bank and the Women Co-operative Bank are the main banking institutions here.

institutions throughout

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  • Mireille Perron has taught at several institutions throughout her career.
  • Other material was transferred to other institutions throughout Germany, some of which was also destroyed.
  • Party members occupied positions of authority in all officially recognized institutions throughout the country.

partner institutions

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  • The library has focused on curating traveling art exhibitions with partner institutions since 2008.
  • The Scotiabank website includes a list of countries and partner institutions where the fee will be waived.
  • The programmes offer scholarships to students with outstanding academic results and staff to study or do research at the partner institutions.

other educational institutions

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  • The village includes several schools, colleges and other educational institutions.
  • The latter came to be known as the "Pangeion" or "Bangeion" or "Baggeion" () and has been used to house universities and other educational institutions.
  • This list also includes other educational institutions providing higher education, meaning tertiary, quaternary, and, in some cases, post-secondary education.

institutions within

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  • These cultivars are purchased through development institutions within nearby urban centers.
  • The State University of New York (SUNY) operates three institutions within the city of Buffalo.
  • The latter are invited from Norwegian and foreign institutions within various joint research projects.

new institutions

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  • His "new institutions" altered the relations between the monarchs and the Hungarian lords.
  • The urban educational and cultural opportunities of Aarau were extended through numerous new institutions.
  • Andrew introduced a new policy for royal grants, which he called "new institutions" in one of his charters.

institutions and organizations

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  • Temkin's work is held in the permanent collections of several institutions and organizations.
  • Almost 70% are books and periodicals, donated by individuals, institutions and organizations from around the world.
  • Many of these institutions and organizations present the most current research and practical outcomes at annual community college conferences.

other financial institutions

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  • The Federal Reserve Banks then distribute it to other financial institutions in various ways.
  • They do not protect banks or other financial institutions as these are protected by the Banking Police ("Bancarios").
  • In the 19th century State Street became known as Boston's primary location for banks and other financial institutions.

individuals and institutions

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  • Membership is open to interested individuals and institutions.
  • Most of Caldwell's paintings were purchased by individuals and institutions in Illinois.
  • During the two weeks visit she met with mostly individuals and institutions of the religion.

higher educational institutions

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  • Currently, there are no higher educational institutions in the city.
  • Around 130 higher educational institutions in India are using Impartus video platform.
  • The higher educational institutions were predominantly German, but beginning in the 1870s, language shifts began to occur.

training institutions

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  • He established schools and a number of cities, as well as training institutions and technical schools.
  • Given the lack of training institutions until late 1945 (with the foundation of the Indonesian Military Academy).
  • Increased anti-terror efforts were marked by the marchpast of armed forces basic training institutions and personnel involved in counter-terrorist operations.

major institutions

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  • All the major institutions were located there, as was the fleet and most of the army.
  • This remains, to date, the only collaborative project between these two major institutions.
  • They supported the gradual osmosis of anthropology curricula into the major institutions of higher learning.

institutions as well

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  • Because of its potentially unprecedented size, the BNC required funds from the commercial and academic institutions as well.
  • Burke claimed that Bolingbroke's arguments against revealed religion could apply to all social and civil institutions as well.
  • He is also closely involved with a number of charitable institutions as well and is a Patron for Government Employee Engagement.

organizations and institutions

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  • Jewish organizations and institutions were forced to disband.
  • Over its 84-85 year existence, it honored more than 2,500 organizations and institutions.
  • The newsletter includes articles by NWHN board members, staff members, and contributors from diverse organizations and institutions.
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