• Worse, they institutionalise the offensive notion that people are divisible by race at all.

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  • State-owned banks often institutionalise practices that would be called questionable or corrupt if undertaken by private banks.

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  • They had to grapple with the same problem of political succession: how to institutionalise authority after the death of the strongman.

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  • This, originally, was an attempt to institutionalise Mr Bush's call, made at a conservative think-tank in Washington last year, for democratic transformation in the Middle East.

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  • Critics fear that single-faith schools will institutionalise segregation.

    ECONOMIST: Religion and schools

  • But Mrs Gandhi did not institutionalise the emergency.

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  • He wants to stay on as president, with enhanced powers to oversee the work of the elected prime minister, and to institutionalise the armed forces' role in public life by means of a powerful National Security Council which the men in khaki would dominate.

    ECONOMIST: Pakistan

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