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  • This has been established as a tradition and takes place every year.
  • By the end of the war, the relationship between the two countries was well established.
  • Major studies have been conducted in an effort to establish the cause of death.
  • The empire established the use of English in regions around the world.
  • Despite its roots in the UK, the style has established itself around the world.
  • The treaty was the first arms control agreement established during the Cold War.
  • Later series establish it as an officer training facility with a four-year educational program.
  • A network must establish a connection before two parties can send cells to each other.
  • They may have a claim in another country if they can establish a close connection to it.
  • There is an established non-political public service.
  • Although an established church, the Church of England does not receive any direct government support.
  • Central banks were established in many European countries during the 19th century.
  • During this period the band established itself as one of America's most popular live acts.
  • The King established an office for assistance to prisoners of war on all sides.
  • The state had no public schools prior to those established during the Reconstruction era.
  • While they had no significant effect on the rats, they nevertheless became well established.
  • Young established numerous pitching records, some of which have stood for a century.
  • Then he writes the music to the title and the general feeling of the song is established.
  • No matter how determined, no pope succeeded in establishing complete control of the institution.
  • Civil tranquillity has yet to be established and parts of the country remain out of government control.
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Meaning of establish

  • verb Set up or found
    She set up a literacy program
  • verb Set up or lay the groundwork for
    establish a new department
  • verb Bring about
    The trompe l'oeil-illusion establishes depth
  • verb Use as a basis for; found on
    base a claim on some observation