institution


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an establishment consisting of a building or complex of buildings where an organization for the promotion of some cause is situated

a custom that for a long time has been an important feature of some group or society

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But does that theory hold true for degrees from institutions of higher education and, more importantly, should it?
Is it the individual actor, the institutions in which individuals act, or is it the larger entities or systems in which the institutions are embedded?
The Electronic Payments Network (EPN), has launched the industry's first centralized OFAC screening solution for financial institutions originating and receiving cross-border ACH transactions.
Many financial institutions are implementing contingency plans, including procedures for consumers to have access to ATMs and use of their debit cards.
My institution offers both undergraduate and graduate cooperative education courses and internships.
The practice of institutional critique is generally defined by its apparent object, "the institution," which is, in turn, taken to refer primarily to established, organized sites for the presentation of art.
Yet, over time, despite the appearance of invincibility, many of these institutions, just like the dinosaur, also expire and disappear.
Only one official visit per institution with a limit of five (total).
In contrast, the Bank is a large development institution with a longer time horizon and its "institutional culture" is very different from that of the Fund.
The committee suggested that any institution appealing to the limitations clause should be able to show that the restraints were crucial to the religious and educational purposes of the institution and should make such restraints known to prospective faculty and to the public at large.
In his view, instead of being a single institution, the danwei, was comprised of distinct institutions of rules and norms for how workers would be hired, organized, and compensated.
In practice, over the course of several centuries of educational experiments in Europe and North America, no for-profit liberal arts institution has demonstrated the ability to acquire a high reputation.
If institutions ignore their constituents, which consists of their students and the larger society that the institution serves, they reproduce the status quo, thus further marginalizing minorities.
In my view, the attempts by the Guthrie are indicative of a national milieu (or malaise) and not particular to the artistic directorship at that particular institution.
The chairman said that because the use of derivatives varies substantially by institution, regulation is most effective at the institution level.
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