instal instal

Definition(s):

  1. (v) set up for use
  2. (v) put into an office or a position
  3. (v) place

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Usage(s):

  1. The first man to loop a hydroplane, the first to instal a radio set in an airplane, he was carving a brilliant career as a designer and builder of aircraft.
  2. The first man to loop a hydroplane, the first to instal a radio set in an airplane, he was carving a brilliant career as a designer and builder of aircraft.
  3. The House and Senate had the day before completed their own ritual of instal lation, for the 97th time in his tory.

News

  • Your Garden Guy: Best way to irrigate the landscape

    If you want a beautiful landscape, you will have to water it. This year, the rain has been fairly regular, but the hot dry months are still to come. Are you ready? Yes, you can drag around the hose and sprinkler, or you can instal an in-ground sprinkler system, aka irrigation.
    on June 27, 2013     Source: Macon Telegraph

Quotes

  1. "I am in a dilemma as how I should welcome you as I am part of both the guests and hosts and I am also the bridegroom. We will take the bride from UP and instal her in Delhi," an elated Singh, who was re-elected as BJP president, said.
    on Dec 23, 2006 By: Rajnath Singh Source: Hindu

  2. "By deciding to instal that contraption, that garbage before the stunned eyes of the world, their only goal must be a provocation to destroy" the limited bilateral relations in place since 1977, an outraged Castro, 79, said late Wednesday before...
    on Jan 28, 2006 By: Fidel Castro Source: Bernama

  3. "Sacking the guy who helped catch the crook is nonsensical; therefore the conclusion must be that Mr Ryall wishes to instal his own person to the job," Hodgson said recently. "Most people will immediately see that Mr Ryall is using the fraud...
    on Feb 16, 2009 By: Pete Hodgson Source: TVNZ

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