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enacted (part of speech: verb)
installed (part of speech: verb)
evidential (part of speech: adjective)
evinced (part of speech: verb)
demonstrated, authenticated, avouched, adduced, betokened, evinced, corroborated, observed, connoted, declared, manifested, determined, illustrated, exemplified, proved, certified, vouched, indicated, validated, proven, documented, testified, exhibited, supported, confirmed, substantiated, deposed, attested, witnessed, stated
located (part of speech: verb)
accepted (part of speech: adjective)
ascertained (part of speech: verb)
ordered (part of speech: verb)
integrated, graded, set, regulated, classified, grouped, programmed, marshalled, formed, harmonized, arrayed, separated, normalized, systematized, sorted, sifted, schemed, prepared, orchestrated, adjusted, rated, fixed, shaped, structured, balanced, righted, cast, organized, subordinated, screened, devised, schematized, scheduled, framed, mediated, stabilized, controlled, plotted, pigeonholed, stratified, typed, arranged, categorized, settled, methodized, composed, unified, planned, placed, collated, designed, scored, rationalized, classed, ranked, unsnarled, ordered, maintained, charted
- When I became satisfied of this, I stopped writing at all to any one, until I got an " Under Ground Express" established, through which my mail passed out, but not in. - "Marital Power Exemplified in Mrs. Packard's Trial, and Self-Defence from the Charge of Insanity", Elizabeth Parsons Ware Packard.
- And thus government would, in either case, inevitably be established. - "Studies in Civics", James T. McCleary.
- After that " Principals' Week" each year became an established custom. - "Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie", Andrew Carnegie.