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Synonyms for institute

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Synonyms for institute

an association organized to promote art or science or education

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set up or lay the groundwork for

advance or set forth in court

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Although the institute was committed to the task of training new humanist leaders for the future, current leaders sometimes joined the classes--their presence helping to develop the nascent curriculum.
The Institute noted that without sufficient funding, the Service could not adequately perform its job; this would result in both additional problems and frustrations for taxpayers in their dealings with the IRS and a loss of revenue for the government.
The institute has started client based training programs based on their needs.
North Eastern Institute of Folk Medicine:- The institute is developed as a premier research institute in all aspects of folk medicine knowledge and also provide better medical / clinical facilities.
27: Michael Stoler and the New York University Real Estate Institute host "Tri-State Real Estate Market Trends" featuring leaders such as William Macklowe, Carl Weisbrod, Mitchell Hersh, Jamie LeFrak, Robert Knakal, Steve Witkoff, and Michael Fascitelli for lively discussions on the latest trends and developments in the region.
Referring to regulations' requirement that cost sharing participants must partition the world into exclusive territories to exploit their interests in cost-shared intangibles, the Institute suggested the addition of a new subsection to permit a division of rights other than on a territorial basis and included two examples demonstrating divisions based on field of use and manufacturing projections.
Perhaps the most significant is that NIEHS applications have had less favorable review outcomes than applications assigned to most of the other NIH institutes and centers, in terms of both a larger percentage being "streamlined" (or identified as having less potential for success and therefore afforded a less intensive review process) and a smaller percentage ranking among the highest-scoring 20% of all applications.
From the floor, modern dance teacher/choreographer Phyllis Lamhut disputed the apparent assumption of the Institute that, following a precept of Balanchine, choreography was something that could not be taught.
This gave birth to the Paden Institute and Retreat for Writers of Color, which has provided residence to more than ten writers over the past seven years."
Institute of Physics, Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland
The trial is to be conducted at the William Harvey Research Institute based at St Bartholomew's & The Royal London School of Medicine and Dentistry in London.
* Working with the state CPA societies, the Institute launched the CPA Ambassador program to tap the strength of individual CPAs to help communicate a message of pride and value about the profession.
The Chinese Institute of Contemporary International Relations, Lu Zhongwei, president (said to be linked to the Ministry of State Security).
CalCPA enters a new era of expanded services to our members and the public with the formation of the CalCPA Institute. The Institute is a supporting 501(c)(3) organization and its initial activities will be to support our financial literacy initiative, which was launched last year by CalCPA Chair Steve Wimmers to address shocking levels of financial illiteracy among Californians.
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