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Anonymous:What is the difference between "institute" and "institution"?
Anonymous:'Institute' is the method of referring to a firm/organisation engaged in some activity, esp., commercial or social.
'Institution' is the method of describing a widely prevalent practice, esp. marriage, etc. You must have heardpeople whine, "The institution of corruption has assumed alarming proportions".
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