ινστιτούτο, ίδρυμα, εκπαιδευτήριοσυνιστώ, εισάγω, θεσπίζω
Noun(1) an association organized to promote art or science or education
Verb(1) set up or lay the groundwork for(2) advance or set forth in court
(1) Alexander G. and Andrea H. agreed to institute legal proceedings.(2) The Stockholm Environment Institute is an independent, international research institute specialising in sustainable development and environment issues.(3) she intended to institute divorce proceedings(4) In many cases, those affected can institute proceedings in court.(5) The team recommended funding a national institute for science and technology.(6) It follows that State judicial authorities may be reluctant to prosecute State agents or to institute proceedings against private individuals that might eventually involve State organs.(7) The institute also organises football tournaments at the school, college and corporate levels.(8) The failure to accept the without prejudice offer led to the need to institute proceedings.(9) Faculty and staff in the institute will conduct science-based and socially relevant research on the risks and benefits of genetically modified plant and animal products.(10) Since I'm trying to institute a policy of transparency here, I have something else to reveal.(11) a research institute(12) He is a recognized enthusiast in education and devoted $100 million to establish the research institute for theoretical physics.(13) It seems that if such a defence fails, the vexatious litigant does require permission to institute appellate proceedings.(14) Some pundits argue that we need to aggressively institute Keynesian policies, while forcing the banks to lend.(15) Others can't meet funeral costs, and some don't even know how to institute legal proceedings.(16) In 1914 the government had sufficient trust in its citizens to institute a patriotic scheme whereby lathe hobbyists would make fully functioning artillery shells in their garages.
(1) research institute :: Ινστιτούτο Ερευνών
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institute, instituted, institutes, instituting
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at the Hubei Institute
for Nuclear Physics
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