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 Establishment - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Establishment is a clique of former members of the College Republicans who control the organization.
The Establishment of religion refers to investing political power in a particular religious faith or body.
The Establishment is a slang term (chiefly British) for a traditional conservative ruling class and its institutions.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Establishment   (130 words)

  
 Establishment Clause of the First Amendment - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The "establishment of religion" clause of the First Amendment means at least this: Neither a state nor the Federal Government can set up a church.
It was only a violation of the establishment clause to erect a religious monument on government property; Moore was free to maintain that monument on private land.
In the words of Jefferson, the clause against establishment of religion by law was intended to erect "a wall of separation between church and State."
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Establishment_Clause_of_the_First_Amendment   (1771 words)

  
 ipedia.com: Establishment Article
Establishment is a generalized, mostly negatively used term used by activists and social critics of western societies, which refers to the controlling structures of modern society.
The "establishment" is often said to be holding a lock on wealth and societal organization.
An establishment can also mean a place of business or residence, the founding of such a place, or the founding of a business.
www.ipedia.com /establishment.html   (164 words)

  
 If hippies were anti-establishment, what did they mean by 'establishment'?
The ‘establishment’, in the context of referring to the ‘ruling’ authorities, should be explained because I don’t think the younger generations have the same grasp as we did during the 1960’s.
The establishment, as the hippies portrayed it, mainly referred to those insiders who, by virtue of their position, are able to influence government decisions and thus were yielding extraordinary (extraneous) power.
During the 60’s, those institutions which constituted the core of the establishment and the most damned was (1) the media, (2) corporations and (3) our legislative branch of government… and occasionally Congressmen for being so easily corruptible, whores in the opinion of most hippies.
matrixbookstore.biz /establishment.htm   (2265 words)

  
 Establishment Registration
Foreign establishments that manufacture, prepare, propagate, compound, or process a device that is imported, or offered for import, into the U.S. are required to register their establishments on form FDA 2891.
If the foreign establishment is registering for the first time, the official correspondent should register the establishment using form FDA 2891 and complete item 10 to identify its United States agent.
If a foreign establishment has previously notified FDA of the name of their U.S.D.A., this does NOT mean they have complied with the requirement to notify FDA of the name of their United States agent.
www.fda.gov /cdrh/devadvice/341.html   (3854 words)

  
 AMPP: Establishment Organization
In fact, if the moniker of establishment collaborator is constrained to those with some explicit knowledge of and participation in plans to subvert the law in pursuit of the goal of tyrannical world government, then only a small proportion of those in each of the power structure categories qualifies.
This is a signature tenet of the second hander, of the establishment, and of the Vorlon and Z'ha'dum empires at once pitifully and belligerantly pleading to the younger races for validation.
In short, establishment politicians, clergy, lawyers, medical practitioners, bureaucrats, and LEO's, are little more than lackeys who wolf down the scraps tossed to them by the real power elite (though of course, those who are not aligned with the establishment are, in some cases, just good people doing a good job!).
www.mega.nu:8080 /ampp/shadow_overview.html   (19692 words)

  
 firstamendmentcenter.org: Religious Liberty in Public Life - Establishment clause Index
Board of Education that the establishment clause is one of the “liberties” protected by the due-process clause.
Although the Court’s interpretation of the establishment clause is in flux, it is likely that for the foreseeable future a majority of the justices will continue to view government neutrality toward religion as the guiding principle.
It is also noteworthy that the clause forbids more than the establishment of religion by the government.
www.firstamendmentcenter.org /rel_liberty/establishment/index.aspx   (1625 words)

  
 Forage Establishment
Established stands of grass have responded primarily to nitrogen fertilization.
Weed control also may be obtained with the proper use of herbicides.
Be sure to lightly harrow broadcast seedings to improve establishment.
ndsuext.nodak.edu /extpubs/plantsci/hay/r563w.htm   (4496 words)

  
 FDA/CFSAN 1999 Food Code - Annex 4: Food Establishment Inspection
Establishment scoring provides an indication of how well an establishment is complying with the food safety rules of the agency.
Pertinent parts of the plan and the establishment's monitoring procedure may need to be copied and taken on the inspection to confirm that the plan is being followed.
The establishment should be in jeopardy of losing its permit if it has a history of noncompliance at a level predetermined by the jurisdiction or if the number of critical items violated warrants a regulatory action based on the jurisdiction's enforcement protocol (refer to item 13.
www.jeffcohealth.org /docs/es/Federal/fc99-a4.htm   (14519 words)

  
 Alfalfa Establishment Guide
Established alfalfa plants can severely reduce establishment and growth of new alfalfa seedlings emerging within an 8-inch radius from the old plant.
The decision to use a nurse crop during alfalfa establishment should be based on site-specific conditions including erosion potential, weed populations, and the individual producer’s forage needs during the establishment year.
Fertilizer N application at establishment increases yields when soils are low in N (less than 15 ppm soil nitrate) or organic matter is less than 1.5%.
www.plantmanagementnetwork.org /pub/fg/management/2004/alfalfa   (5197 words)

  
 Establishment hotel in Sydney
Establishment is an intimate, 33 room luxury hotel located in the very heart of Sydney’s Central Business District and only minutes from major attractions such as the Opera House and Sydney Harbour.
Establishment also offers a wide variety of dining experiences including Est, a multi-award winning “3 Chef Hats” restaurant in a stylish space recently voted "One of the world’s best fine dining restaurants".
Within 6 months of its opening, Establishment was nominated "One of the 25 Hot New Places to Stay in the World" by Conde Nast Traveler magazine.
www.luxehotels.com /index.cfm?PropID=100   (167 words)

  
 firstamendmentcenter.org: Religious Liberty in Public Life - Establishment clause Topic
Because the establishment clause requires government “neutrality” in all things religious, numerous lawsuits have challenged the common practice of public holiday displays like crèches and menorahs, arguing that such displays are essentially government imprimaturs on a particular religion.
Beason (1890), both of which considered the establishment clause in the context of a free-exercise claim regarding federal laws prohibiting bigamy).
United States, the 9th Circuit stated, “It is quite obvious that the national motto and the slogan on coinage and currency ‘In God We Trust’ has nothing whatsoever to do with the establishment of religion’….
www.firstamendmentcenter.org /rel_liberty/establishment/topic.aspx?topic=public_displays   (5542 words)

  
 Establishment of the Court
As initially established, the Court was the final authority on cases arising under the military justice system, except for a limited number of cases considered by the Supreme Court of the United States under collateral proceedings, such as through writs of habeas corpus.
Following the war, in the Act of June 4, 1920, Congress required the Army to establish Boards of Review, consisting of three lawyers, to consider cases involving death, dismissal of an officer, an unsuspended dishonorable discharge, or confinement in a penitentiary, with limited exceptions.
Article 67 of the UCMJ established the Court of Military Appeals as a three-judge civilian court.
www.armfor.uscourts.gov /Establis.htm   (897 words)

  
 CBER Blood Establishment Registration and Product Listing (BER) Instructions
In the upper portion of the screen you may enter the registration number of the establishment with which you wish to be associated (either an FEI or a CFN) and the most recent 'Validated Date' for this establishment.
If your establishment's ownership type is not listed, you may choose 'Not Listed' from the 'Other' pull down menu at the bottom of the selections, and type in your ownership type in the text box to the right of the pull down.
Establishments that perform certain manufacturing steps are considered to be Hospital Blood Banks, which are required to register.
www.fda.gov /cber/blood/bldreginstr.htm   (4646 words)

  
 Meaning of "Establishment of Religion" in the First Amendment
Pritchett's view is supported by the fact that in the six states that still retained establishments in 1791, none had an establishment of a single church.
Of course, the six remaining establishment states eventually followed the example of the federal government by separating church and state.
Moreover, constitutional historian C. Herman Pritchett states: "The phrase ‘establishment of religion’ must be given the meaning that it had in the United States in 1791, rather than its European connotation.
www.humanismbyjoe.com /meaning_of_establishment.htm   (764 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: The Establishment
The pre-Reformation Church of England was the religion of the people and its establishment was the spontaneous act of the people; the distinctive feature of the post-Reformation Church is that it was imposed upon the people by legal enactment, and based upon the principle of royal supremacy.
"The Establishment", or "the Established Church" is often used as a distinctive name for the ecclesiastical system established by law in Scotland, in Ireland (until 1869), but especially in England.
The union of Church and State setting up a definite and distinctive relation between the two is frequently expressed in English by the use of the word "establishment", applied to such union in both Catholic and Protestant States, in spite of the fundamental differences of principle which characterize them.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/05548a.htm   (420 words)

  
 Establishment
The establishment of School Psychology as a discipline can be attributed to several historical events.
Numerous people have played important roles in the establishment of school psychology as a discipline.
The Thayer conference in 1954 was organized by Division 16 of APA and helped develop the levels of training, credentialing, and practice of school psychologists at all levels (masters/specialist and doctoral levels) (Fagan and Warden, 1996; Fagan and Wise, 1994).
www.arches.uga.edu /~jneigh/Establishment.html   (1055 words)

  
 Establishment, Part V
An "establishment" is not simply a "place." It is the act of establishing, and "to establish" includes intalling or settling in a position, to show to be valid or true, or to cause to be accepted, to enact, appoint or ordain for permanence, etc. (Random House Compact Unabridged.)
Perhaps the best definition which can be given and which will cover all cases, is that establishment implies the existence of some definite and distinctive relation between the State and a religious society (or conceivably more than one) other than that which is shared in by other societies of the same general character.
A religious establishment is an institution of religion.
members.tripod.com /~candst/est05.html   (3931 words)

  
 US CODE: Title 35,1. Establishment
Establishment.— The United States Patent and Trademark Office is established as an agency of the United States, within the Department of Commerce.
The United States Patent and Trademark Office shall be deemed, for purposes of venue in civil actions, to be a resident of the district in which its principal office is located, except where jurisdiction is otherwise provided by law.
The United States Patent and Trademark Office may establish satellite offices in such other places in the United States as it considers necessary and appropriate in the conduct of its business.
www4.law.cornell.edu /uscode/35/1.html   (215 words)

  
 Introduction to the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment
At an absolute minimum, the Establishment Clause was intended to prohibit the federal government from declaring and financially supporting a national religion, such as existed in many other countries at the time of the nation's founding.
The case is noteworthy for its extensive discussion of the purposes of the Establishment Clause, and for the fact that all nine justices agree that the clause was intended to do far more than merely prohibit the establishment of a state religion.
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.
www.law.umkc.edu /faculty/projects/ftrials/conlaw/estabinto.htm   (1088 words)

  
 Establishment Ideas
These words are said to describe a coherent and research-validated philosophy of education, or pedagogy.
There are two opposing forces in the war in education: the establishment and the anti-establishment.
The establishment defines itself with terms such as progressive, child-centered, holistic, constructivist, and developmentally appropriate.
people.uncw.edu /kozloffm/edwar.htm   (4857 words)

  
 Alfalfa Yield and Quality as Influenced by Establishment Method -- Hoy et al. 94 (1): 65 -- Agronomy Journal
Effects of weed and invertebrate control on alfalfa establishment in oat stubble.
Alfalfa establishment with barley and oat companion crops differing in stature.
alfalfa establishment (Darwent et al., 1997; Zollinger and Meyer, 1996).
agron.scijournals.org /cgi/content/full/94/1/65   (3218 words)

  
 Establishment Clause Jurisprudence
Our purpose of this section is to (1) outline the standards the Supreme Court uses to adjudicate establishment clause cases, and (2) summarize the holdings of these cases in the area of public education (one of the most hotly contested area of establishment clause jurisprudence).
Especially since the school prayer and Bible reading decisions of the 1960s, the popular debate has been dominated by a revisionist history of the Supreme Court that both distorts the establishment clause holdings of the Court and ascribes many of these holdings to anti-religious prejudice.
In fact, the Court's establishment clause holdings have been limited, pricipled, and religion-neutral; they have not removed God from the public square, they do not animate from anti-religious prejudice, and they have not had adverse consequences on religious freedom that many critics have feared.
members.tripod.com /~candst/tnppage/eclauidx.htm   (234 words)

  
 establishment
The Establishment believes exploring outer space is worth any tax money spent.
www.infoplease.com /dictionary/establishment   (112 words)

  
 Haleakala National Park Information Page
Haleakala National Park was established on the island of Maui to preserve the outstanding features of Haleakala Crater.
But time was not a critical factor, and thus over millions of years several hundred of the hardier life forms established populations on the new islands.
Later additions to the park gave protection to the unique and fragile ecosystems and rare biotic species of Kipahulu Valley, the scenic pools along ‘Obe‘o Gulch, and the coast.
www.haleakala.national-park.com /info.htm   (2470 words)

  
 definition of establishment
That which is established; as: (a) A form of government, civil or ecclesiastical; especially, a system of religion maintained by the civil power; as, the Episcopal establishment of England.
(c) The place in which one is permanently fixed for residence or business; residence, including grounds, furniture, equipage, etc.; with which one is fitted out; also, any office or place of business, with its fixtures; that which serves for the carrying on of a business; as, to keep up a large establishment; a manufacturing establishment.
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www.brainydictionary.com /words/es/establishment161635.html   (209 words)

  
 Definition of establishment - Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
2 : an established order of society: as a often capitalized : a group of social, economic, and political leaders who form a ruling class (as of a nation) b often capitalized : a controlling group establishment>
3 a : the act of establishing b : the state of being established
1 : something established : as a : a settled arrangement; especially : a code of laws b :
www.m-w.com /cgi-bin/dictionary?book=Dictionary&va=establishment   (171 words)

  
 Westor Finance Establishment - Home Page
Westor Finance Establishment, the General Partner, was founded in 1994, in Liechtenstein.
www.westor.com   (204 words)

  
 Virginia's Horse Pastures: Forage Establishment
The establishment phase of forage production is critical since all other management practices depend on a healthy sod.
Cool-season grasses are normally established in either early spring or late summer.
Newly established forage stands do not develop into a fully mature sod until the second growing season after establishment.
www.ext.vt.edu /pubs/cses/418-103/418-103.html   (1687 words)

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