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Institutive(a.) Tending or intended to institute; having the power ...
Institutive(a.) Established; depending on, or characterized by, institution or ...
Institutively(adv.) In conformity with an institution. ...
Institutor(n.) One who institutes, founds, ordains, or establishes. ...
Institutor(n.) One who educates; an instructor. ...
Institutor(n.) A presbyter appointed by the bishop to institute ...
Instop(v. t.) To stop; to close; to make fast; ...
Instore(v. t.) To store up; to inclose; to contain. ...
Instratified(a.) Interstratified. ...
Instruct(a.) Arranged; furnished; provided. ...
 
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