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It led a successful campaign to reduce the pollution caused by coal-fired power plants in the US, helped limit the US power sector’s CO2 emissions, and helped establish regulations of diesel, shipping, and methane emissions.

From Vox

It can never become mathematics, because those values aren’t fixed or established.

From Eater

Having established itself as one of the leading e-commerce players in India, Amazon is now casting a wider net in the country.

From Quartz

Take advantage of that to consciously establish the new habits you actually want.

From Fortune

Investor groups commit to establishing lasting relationships with founders in the program and to uphold accountability for representation within their organizations and their investment portfolios.

Huckabee will also need to establish a reliable fundraising base, something that up until now has proved to be elusive.

The king set about punishing Marshal, opposing his attempts to establish his family in their lands in Ireland and Wales.

They backed him when the Sandinistas tried to establish their own Cuban-inspired dictatorship.

With Mac and Jesse we wanted to establish a friendship that was mostly a product of their common situation and enclosed world.

And she credits her mother for helping to establish who that woman was early on: independent, free, self-reliant.

Children, and the building of a city shall establish a name, but a blameless wife shall be counted above them both.

A proclamation was issued by government to establish a manufactory for white paper in England.

Siyes desired a man who would overthrow the Directory and establish a dictatorship: Barras was coquetting with the Bourbons.

So one's common sense fails to establish a definite reasonable time.

Congress resolved to establish the bank of North America, being the first regularly established bank in the country.


On this page you'll find 258 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to establish, such as: authorize, base, build, create, enact, and form.

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