commit, institutionalize, institutionalise, send, chargeverb
cause to be admitted; of persons to an institution
"After the second episode, she had to be committed"; "he was committed to prison"
to establish as a normal practice
to commit a person to confinement in an institution
The numerical value of institutionalize in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of institutionalize in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
Equity is the sanitized term of choicedeployed by the hard-Left to encompass the entirepanoplyof government policies that institutionalize Critical Race Theory into the machinery of government, equity is CRT put into practice: It demolishes and replaces equality as the foundational principle of American life and wields fearsome federal government power to exclude, punish,prejudge, evaluate, stereotype,segregate, and obsessively categorize American citizens on the basis of skin color.
They are going to roll out a new, national marketing campaign once they are through 70 percent of the renovations, which is expected this summer, it will go a long way to institutionalize the brand and image.
One of the most important lessons for the IMF from the Greek program should be that a multilateral institution should not institutionalize special interests of a subset of its membership, the interest of the IMF is not necessarily aligned with the EU/ECB.
It is just really important before you go public that you institutionalize your intentions so that even as a public company you can minimize what conflicts with your vision.
Fair challenge, i will tell you Mr. Stankey has made probably the biggest moves in media, in our acquisition of WarnerMedia, being the first to actually institute and institutionalize diversity requirements in our media business.
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