founding

All Noun Verb Adjective
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  • This was in recognition of the role played by her father in founding the new theatre.
  • The houses have been ordered by their year of founding.
  • The founding congress, which was planned to last four days, lasted only one.
  • The commission called for citizens who knew anything about the founding of baseball to send in letters.
  • This is considered to be the town's founding date.
  • Despite this, at first he thought staying and founding a city would serve well for his honor.
  • What's breaking into a bank compared to founding one?
  • Before the founding of the city, the area was mostly prairie and open forest.
  • This list is of each band's founding line-up, and members who joined within a year of founding.
  • Since its founding, the church has expanded throughout the world with most members living in East Asia.
  • Existing provinces began re-founding provinces that had gone out of existence.
  • From there, she continued alone to the foundings along the Ice sea cost.
  • She is a founding co-editor of the journal Theory and Event.
  • Many see her as the founding figure of the Mexican nation.
  • The city's Christian community has several historical churches dating from the founding of the city.
  • The Netherlands is one of the founding members of what today is the European Union.
  • In the founding year, six other states joined, only two of which remained members throughout the League's existence.
  • His generals divided the empire between them, founding their own states and dynasties.
  • The following twelve nations signed the treaty and thus became the founding members of NATO.
  • Type-founding as practiced in Europe and the west consists of three stages.
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Root form of founding is found for the verb.

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