Instituted [verb]

Definition of Instituted:

begin; put into operation

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Sentence/Example of Instituted:

The institute is tapped into a community network, where about 200 people contribute with the help of special toilets that separate urine from poo.

One of the pillars of this institute will also be to combine the research mission with training mathematicians how to communicate outside of their own bubble.

This institute is part of the University of Iowa’s Carver College of Medicine.

I was speaking to a small class of game design students at a media institute in central Johannesburg, delivering a lecture on how to translate images into narrative, when I felt the first text vibrate against my chest.

The research institute, formed of a partnership between the London School of Economics and global asset managers, was founded to assess and assist corporations as the world transitions to a zero-carbon economy.

The institute has also pressed lawmakers and governors to eliminate incentives for electric vehicles, policies that are among the few in the United States that encourage a shift away from oil.

The institute has not been audited since 1996, according to the secretary of state’s office.

He also instituted primary schools in every commune, and started an cole Normale for the training of teachers.

That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just Powers from the consent of the governed.

An inquiry was instituted; but the result not only disappointed but utterly confounded the accusers.