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What is another word for institutions?

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Noun
Plural for an organization founded for a given purpose
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“The late Mr. Anderson, professor of natural philosophy, founded an institution to promote the knowledge of natural philosophy and history.”
Noun
Plural for an organization founded for educational purpose
“By the 1980s, this center evolved into a leading world institution for advanced learning and a location of festivals in the performing arts, visual arts, and music.”
Noun
Plural for the action of establishing something or being established
“The Council recognized the necessity for the institution of a public library and agreed to take over.”
Noun
Plural for the act of inaugurating or inducting into office or a given position
“It is simple mathematics that if a direct election takes place, the institution of the king would cost taxpayers less than the institution of the president.”
Noun
Plural for an established law or practice
“Marriage was initially a social institution to strengthen the alliance between families.”
Noun
Plural for an organization providing residential care for people with special needs
“They cared for him as best as they were able, despite constant chiding from family, friends, and doctors to put him in an institution.”
Noun
Plural for someone who has been involved in a particular place or activity for an extended period
“The 81-year-old ex-New Yorker has been a Hollywood institution for 26 years and was one of the first to build an off-lot projection room.”
Noun
Plural for a prescribed order for performing a ceremony
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Plural for the action or process of inventing something, typically a process or device
Noun
Plural for the name or trademark of a fashion company
Noun
Plural for a specialized facility or organization offering palliative care
Noun
Plural for an institution for the care of people who are mentally ill
Noun
Plural for the beginning of a notable phenomenon or period of time
Noun
Plural for the organization or structure of something or for doing something
Noun
Plural for an organizational structure of the government of a state, church, etc.
Noun
Plural for the action or process of adding something to something else
Noun
Plural for a building dedicated to objects of scientific, historical, cultural or artistic value
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Plural for the act of imposing a rule, regulation, fees, etc.
Noun
Plural for a foundation or starting point for further work
Noun
Plural for reform school
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