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stablishment

(ˈstæblɪʃmənt)
n
an archaic variant of establishment
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stablishment of a special unit that would ensure timely disbursement of wages.
However, that study did not evaluate the effect of conspecifics during nesting stablishment, which is highly relevant in order to assess a measure aimed to attract cavity-nesting birds to protected areas when habitat is being disturbed.
Salah said the conference coincides with the anniversary of the stablishment of the union in the year 1983 and that a number of the community figures would be honored beside the presentation for the activities and programs of the union.
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The stablishment of an efficient plant tissue culture technique represents a basic step in non-conventional improvement of medical plants.
Global Banking News-July 20, 2011--TEPCO - stablishment of Council for Anti-Boryokudan Gangs Measures at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station(C)2011 ENPublishing - http://www.
When Caesar wishes to portray Antony and Cleopatra as a threat to Roman imperium, he describes them engaged in a scene of imperial naming: "Unto her [Cleopatra] / He gave the stablishment of Egypt, made her / Of lower Syria, Cyprus, Lydia, / Absolute queen .
While at Ratnagiri (site 15) its establishment was unequivocal, at Alibagh (site 26) its stablishment was not observed subsequently (9); the records at Phonda (site 6) and Lanja in 1982 seem to be spurious (NIV unpublished data).
He could challenge the foreign policy e stablishment to undertake a diplomatic effort of unprecedented scope.
50] This information was repeated by Peter Golden, who presented it without qualification and referred to the e stablishment of a Kirghiz "capital" rather than a general headquarters.
4 point increase in the Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical Workers; a new starting rate for new hires, set at 90 percent of the prior starting rate; a decrease in the ratio of full-time/part-time employees in large post offices, from 90 percent to 80 percent for jobs held by Postal Worker members and from 90 percent to 88 percent for jobs held by Letter Carrier members; and the stablishment of a new category of noncareer "automation/transition" employee.