self-established


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Adj.1.self-established - constituted by or established by itself
constituted, established - brought about or set up or accepted; especially long established; "the established social order"; "distrust the constituted authority"; "a team established as a member of a major league"; "enjoyed his prestige as an established writer"; "an established precedent"; "the established Church"
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Through so-called experts' accounts from journalists to self-established as experts, highly trained professionals (sexologists, psychologists, etc.
Employees require more than a self-established job description; they want someone to talk with them regularly about their responsibilities and progress.
These beliefs become self-established truths that might not change without an intervention that involves some form of retraining.
Ultimately, what these self-established "keepers of the gate" are saying is that anyone not conducting business exactly as they do isn't welcome in their constricted world.
With the UAE as a self-established tech hub for the region, GITEX Technology Week 2013 is a superb platform for us to demonstrate Qualcomm's latest innovations.
ON THEIR forthcoming third album, Wrexham's Roseville Band follow self-established trend.
Nawzad Lost, along with his self-established mental health foundation the “Rise Up Project” http://theriseupproject.
Offended by its exclusion in the vetting of the research, the NRRA, the self-established "recognized advocate of the Risk Retention Industry," proposed that it should have been consulted prior to publishing comments.
The self-established house further claimed that the arrest of its members was an attempt at scaring them from speaking against what is taking place in the state but that will not happen despite facing threats.
It's hard to get out there and do everything on your own," the self-established independent producer told Khaleej Times.
Gormez also said religions alone cannot be blamed for the confusions and heightened tensions in European societies, adding that "the own horizons of politics and its inability to go beyond its self-established boundaries cannot go unquestioned.