The objective is to open up a dialogue between citizens and institutional entities so that there is a flow of power between both groups.
Hardwick attributed his achievements to his ability to build connections with multiple institutional entities, and to strengthen connections among different generations of medical practitioners.
The latter required establishing the commercial, and institutional entities - banks, private property, and commercial legal codes- that permit the economy to operate efficiently.
The contributions, less frequently, may be to nonprofit or institutional entities, or may take the form of some benefit to a third party, such as a family member of a governmental official.
Nondomestic wastewater is generated by offices, businesses, department stores, restaurants, schools, hospitals, farms, manufacturers, and other commercial, industrial, and institutional entities.
This danger arises not simply from the creation of separate institutional entities but through the specialisation of cognitive, normative, and aesthetic knowledge that in turn permeates and fragments everyday consciousness.
Patients are inherently vulnerable within medical encounters and must be trustful of the multiple institutional entities and individuals involved in their care.
The majority of government, commercial and institutional entities list "Mission Hill" in the breakdown of Boston neighborhoods and its boundaries generally agreed upon.
Pop culture's "free market," which is largely controlled by massive corporate, institutional or political entities, tends to view serious artists as suspect.
A number of institutional entities were established as follows: