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Some states have instated protections to keep renters in their homes until at least the new year.

Over the last century, however, the total number of events has ballooned, with the International Olympic Committee even instating a 28-sport cap from 2002 to 2014.

The company cites such standards as a $15 an hour minimum wage, a factor the company initial pushed back on, but ultimately instated after pressure from legislators.

Goldman instated the Saturdays-off policy, and said that it would set the expectation that junior bankers work 70-75 hours a week.

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They brought in testing kits and re-instated the hand washing stands that had been ubiquitous during the Ebola outbreak.

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Recently, for instance, Giffords called for Arizona to re-instate transplant funding for poor people, which Brewer had axed.

Instate Republicans insist that O'Donnell is focused on doing local media and appealing to the state's voters.

And yet the authorities Dr. Luther wishes to re-instate are older than those he attacks.

I have made this long preamble about it to induce you, if possible, to re-instate us in your mother's good graces.

Another was to re-instate some men who had been discharge for cause.

A promise made to Sara Coleridge to re-instate the washing-tub was, alas!

Alternatively, the state can instate an efficient court system, aided by active law enforcement agencies.


On this page you'll find 36 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to instate, such as: admit, begin, break the ice, come out with, come up with, and commence.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.