Related to Institutively: constitutively


adv.1.In conformity with an institution.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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As the drug targets are the special proteins through which the drugs carry out their specific functions, they are thought institutively as (1) the intermediaries which play an important role on interactions of the drug targets network; (2) the sources which receive the drug stimulus and convert it into another stimulus that can be responded to by normal proteins; (3) the proteins which have special topological and functional significance.
Interpersonal education, he further stated is an attractive and institutively appropriate route.
This study uses a simple analytical technique to determine whether the impact of the global recession on SEE banking can be explained via country specific institutively selected causal variables and the numbers of banks in operations.
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