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adjective as in standardized

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His mother, whose older child suffered from intellectual disabilities and was institutionalized, died in childbirth.

In order to keep employees healthy physically and mentally, media, marketing and tech companies scrambled to find way to institutionalize empathy into their cultures and new, health-focused ergonomics into their structures.

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Without antidepressants, he had been institutionalized, and there was very little fun sex happening at the psychiatric facility.

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It should not be surprising that some businesses fully support the Labor Department’s rule reinterpreting federal law to institutionalize and encourage the independent contractor model.

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“So many kids from institutionalized settings come to us abused and neglected,” he said.

This is what perpetuates a systemic, institutionalized rape culture.

Are you institutionalized when it comes to loving these prison guys?

In the United States today, some 1.5 million old people have been institutionalized for medical problems.

Current federal guidelines bar gun sales only to people who have been institutionalized or “adjudicated as a mental defective.”

The original drama which re-enacts an emotionally important experience is institutionalized into a cult.

That this has been the deliberate policy of institutionalized Religion no candid student can deny.

In this last sentence we have summed up the fundamental fact about institutionalized religion.

That is the control you exercise over persons who are institutionalized in prison or some sort of hospital?

Later these gifts became institutionalized and turned into a form of tax.


On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to institutionalized, such as: regularized, regulated, and traditional.

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