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Vox populi Institution An organized group of persons based in a particular place, who have a similar agenda. See American National Standards Institute, Cold Spring Harbor Institute, High-power institution, Howard Hughes Institute, Institution, Minority Institution, National Cancer Institute, National Institute on Aging, National Institute for Standards & Technology Institute, NIAAA, NIAMS, NICHD, NIDA, NIDCD, NIDDK, NIEHS, NIGMS, NIH, NIMH, NINDS, NINR, NIOSH, Salk Institute, Touch Research Institute, Whitehead Institute.
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Fares Braizat, a social and economic survey research institutor at Qatar University, said: "I think there is a very serious problem of legitimacy that Netanyahu is trying to defend.
What was the most famous invention of Alfred Nobel, institutor of the Nobel Prize?
I should like to distinguish, then, between the "institution of nature" in The Passions of the Soul, as signifying the peculiar way in which the human animal is constituted, so that certain mechanical motions give rise to certain nondeducible passions, usually with some (presumed) purposiveness on the part of the institutor, and the "dictates of nature," which, parallel to the teaching of nature in the Meditations, concern the usefulness of objects for the human animal.
William III, victor of the Battle of the Boyne and institutor of the anti-Catholic Penal Laws, was Cromwell's counterpart in Ned's day and would have served as an equally recognizable nemesis.

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