But the fact that it has fallen short of its ideal is less about the institution itself than the will of its key members.
He talks to Isabel Wilkinson about bringing down the institution.
What if gay marriage really will change the institution of marriage, shifting conceptions around monogamy and intimacy?
The Baseball Hall of Fame inspires ardor and passion more than almost any other institution in the United States.
Yes, if true, this paints a pretty bad picture of UNC with regards to its standing as an institution of learning.
These are of her own institution, and form her ecclesiastical discipline.
I did not tell you of it at the time, but led you to suppose that I had been at the institution.
After what person, or persons, shall the institution be called?
The truth was, a boy meant just so much a year to the institution.
It sends its roots through every institution and custom of the land.
c.1400, "action of establishing or founding (a system of government, a religious order, etc.)," from Old French institucion "foundation; thing established," from Latin institutionem (nominative institutio) "disposition, arrangement; instruction, education," noun of state from institutus (see institute). Meaning "established law or practice" is from 1550s. Meaning "establishment or organization for the promotion of some charity" is from 1707.