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established

To be stable or fixed on a route, route segment, altitude, heading, etc.
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Settlement of Jamestown established the colony of Virginia, while Roanoke disappeared.
It's critical that both the finance area and the Financial Aid office be informed whenever a new scholarship is established, as well as when the funds become available, even if the office selecting the recipient is an academic department.
The NIEHS played a major role in this effort, and established a North Carolina contingent that consisted of physicians, nurses, and other health care providers from both the NIEHS and Duke University.
Accordingly, Bank has established anti-money-laundering policies and procedures, which include the implementation of know-your-customer policies, suspicious activity reporting procedures, and related training programs and manuals.
In most cases in which a reverse QTIP election is made, GST tax is allocated to the trust so that it will be exempt from GST tax when established.
We specifically established the SE directorate to address the under secretary's third imperative: to help drive good systems engineering practice back into the way we do business.
This endowment fund was established by MTNA to honor Richard Chronister, who was both a leading expert and pioneer in the field of piano pedagogy.
As for established players, she said, they're avoiding the distraction of pursuing acquisitions and are "keeping their eye on the ball at this point.
which was jointly established with Chinese company in Shanghai and started production in 2000.
The discussion should include understanding the type of relationship that is being established, how the process will be facilitated, and sharing with the mentor personality traits to assist in developing the mentor/protege relationship.
A "one-stop-shop" has been established that eases access for students, the campus