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Definition of "instituting" []

  • Present participle of institute. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "instituting" in a sentence
  • "Which is actually the less insulting interpretation of this: the other is that the NYT is using the specter of a possible failure in instituting health care rationing to justify retreating from Afghanistan …"
  • "Obviously, the president's -- the president is spending a lot of time with Arne Duncan and with others in instituting some of the most sweeping and dramatic educational reforms that we've seen in a generation."
  • "No reporter asked the council people why they would be interested in instituting such a plan, but you can guess their answer would be along the lines of, * in order to fight child obesity any way we can*, or, * to bring families together through physical education* ... you know, it's all about the children ... blah blah blah."
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