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  • Info An institution is any persistent structure or mechanism of social order governing the behaviour of a set of individuals within a given community. more...
  • It is part of a larger system of military education and training institutions.
  • Much of the education in the country is provided by church institutions.
  • He was under contract with the state to work in an institution of the state.
  • The two never married, as both were against the institution of marriage.
  • We already have the population, the hospital and the third-level institution.
  • It is the most ancient state-supported institution of higher education and research in the world.
  • This began the history of the college as a state-supported post-secondary institution.
  • This institution was installed in several places before moving to its current building.
  • At some places, streets leading up to the institutions were also closed.
  • Most law schools are part of universities but a few are independent institutions.
  • He thought of it as an institution that was a power for good in the world.
  • An institution where higher education is taught, is commonly called a university college or university.
  • Another change to the competition was the entry of teams from third-level institutions.
  • The individual, rather than the community or institutions, was the point of reference.
  • Long Island is home to a range of higher-education institutions, both public and private.
  • Six are four-year institutions, and two offer a master's degree.
  • The growth of knowledge is the key to the history of property as an institution.
  • Initially founded as a school for boys, it is now a co-educational institution.
  • The social institutions created by the party itself provided it with the necessary strength to stay in power.
  • A number of world-leading education institutions are based in London.
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Meaning of institution

  • noun An organization founded and united for a specific purpose
  • noun An establishment consisting of a building or complex of buildings where an organization for the promotion of some cause is situated
  • noun A custom that for a long time has been an important feature of some group or society
    the institution of marriage, the institution of slavery, he had become an institution in the theater