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brought about or set up or accepted

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settled securely and unconditionally

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conforming with accepted standards

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shown to be valid beyond a reasonable doubt

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introduced from another region and persisting without cultivation

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Were it wholly national, the supreme and ultimate authority would reside in the MAJORITY of the people of the Union; and this authority would be competent at all times, like that of a majority of every national society, to alter or abolish its established government.
The great capital of this association; their long established system; their hereditary influence over the Indian tribes; their internal organization, which makes every thing go on with the regularity of a machine; and the low wages of their people, who are mostly Canadians, give them great advantages over the American traders: nor is it likely the latter will ever be able to maintain any footing in the land, until the question of territorial right is adjusted between the two countries.
Inferior posts would be established in the interior, and on all the tributary streams of the Columbia, to trade with the Indians; these posts would draw their supplies from the main establishment, and bring to it the peltries they collected.
But the general opinion concerning the queer husband of "the most distinguished woman in Petersburg" was so well established that no one took his freaks seriously.
They are weak minded, and the established impresses itself upon them as easily as the name of the brewery is impressed on a beer bottle.
I think I am nearer the truth," she replied, "when I stand by the established, than you are, raging around like an iconoclastic South Sea Islander.
Unwittingly, Ruth herself proved his point that she worshipped the established.
She was too firmly intrenched in the established to have any sympathy with revolutionary ideas.
The Selenites, do they exist, will respond by a similar figure; and, a communication being thus once established, it will be easy to form an alphabet which shall enable us to converse with the inhabitants of the moon.
dunt): one who disagrees with the established religion.
In 2005, the state of Connecticut and Albuquerque, NM, and Portland, OR, established full public financing of elections.
Often, with minimally established investigative structures and command posts or extremely limited personnel, supervisors personally become involved in tasks, such as critical interviews and evidence searches.
Allen Dearry has established a consultative service to address environmental hazards that may have an impact on human health.
Bank was originally established in 1957 as the Nippon Fudosan Bank, Ltd.