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use "institute" in a sentence

The organization getting the $100 million is the SETI institute (a.

“In the long term, we would love for the city to institute policies.

The government and research institute were not available to comment.

The institute surveyed 225 analysts in the financial services sector.

The institute acknowledges that figure is inflated by wealthier donors.

The institute is the nation’s main weapons research and development unit.

The institute showed record teaching income last year and reduced expenses.

According to the institute, the group led by Sabine Koenig, tried something new.

The institute says legislatures in 15 states are expected to consider it this year.

" Under pressure from her relatives, Negin had to leave the institute for six months.

The largest group of infected patients were children aged 5 to 14, the institute said.

Most road accidents in Taiwan occur at intersections, the Hsinchu-based institute said.

The institute said military spending in eastern European has increased by 98% since 2005.

The institute, founded in 1901, is one of the nation's major physical science laboratories.

Last month Fayette County also requested permission to institute a needle-exchange program.

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