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institutionally

in sti tooh shuh nuh lee

  • r  by an institution
    institutionally controlled

  • In both cases, a trained, institutionally accredited elite has been challenged by what the blogger Glenn Reynolds called an "army of Davids," with much triumphalism, derision and .
  • Larry Shyers of Florida found that the only significant difference was that institutionally schooled students received significantly higher problem behavior scores than did their .
  • It was right to be institutionally respectful.
Quotes

  • Ward Connerly in New York Times
    The entire argument for race preferences is that society is institutionally racist and institutionally sexist, and you need affirmative action to level the playing field,Mr. Connerly said. "The historic success of Senator Obama, as well as...
  • Arlen Specter in Washington Post
    Institutionally, the presidency is walking all over Congress at the moment,Specter said. "If we are to maintain our institutional prerogative, that may be the only way we can do it."
  • John Major in Telegraph.co.uk
    Sir John said that Labour in power had been "institutionally careless in the grand manner".

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