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    Institution

    Dear Teachers,

    A. Liverpool is a famous research institution in the biological sciences.
    B. Lennon is the most famous institute in London.
    - "institute" and "institution" here are the same meaning, correct?

    Thanks a million!

    Namsteven

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    Re: Institution

    There's not much if any difference here, though 'institution' can have other meanings- like the institution of marriage.

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