It will take time to institutionalize these reforms.
They had to institutionalize their youngest son.
She was institutionalized for seven years.
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Kundan Pandey, Quartz, 22 Oct. 2022 Second, follow-up efforts to institutionalize that scheme are now underway.
Laurence H. Tribe And Dennis Aftergut, CNN, 20 June 2022 Be sure to institutionalize the brand across all your HR and operations functions, not just the marketing.
Jim Heininger, Forbes, 15 July 2022 Some bills equip partisan officials to interfere in local certification processes and institutionalize the kind of pressure that Trump placed on local GOP officials in Georgia to steal victory in November.
Stephen Collinson, CNN, 29 June 2021 Russia's taking to attempt to institutionalize control over sovereign Ukrainian territory, particularly in Ukraine's Kherson region.
Taylor Wilson, USA TODAY, 1 June 2022 To establish a best practice for the collection of knowledge from everyday exchanges, organizations can turn to tools to institutionalize knowledge capture in a way that’s easy to re-use.
Antti Nivala, Forbes, 3 May 2022 In 2017, the organization’s Council of Ministers directed all member countries to come up with national language policies to institutionalize Kiswahili as one of the official languages of the East African Community.
Edna Namara, Quartz, 19 May 2022 To that point, parents whose children had intellectual impairments were encouraged to institutionalize them, and the children were often kept secret or secluded at home.
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