installation vs instillation

installation instillation


  • 1) The act of installing or giving possession of an office, rank, or order, with the usual rites or ceremonies; as, the installation of an ordained minister in a parish.
  • 2) The whole of a system of machines, apparatus, and accessories, when set up and arranged for practical working, as in electric lighting, transmission of power, etc.
  • 3) A grouping of facilities that constitute a permanent military base
  • 4) The state of being installed.
  • 5) An example of installation art.
  • 6) A permanent military base.
  • 7) A system of machinery or other apparatus set up for use.
  • 8) (Mil.) The whole of a military base, post, camp, outpost, etc., constructed and operated for support of military operations.
  • 9) the act of installing (a person) or giving possession of an office, rank, or order, with the usual rites or ceremonies.
  • 10) (Mech.) The whole of a system of machines, apparatus, and accessories, sometimes including the buildings and gorounds on which they are located, when set up and arranged for practical working, as in electric lighting, transmission of power, etc..
  • 11) The act of installing.
  • 12) a formal entry into an organization or position or office
  • 13) a building or place that provides a particular service or is used for a particular industry
  • 14) The act of installing; the formal induction of a person into a rank, an order, or an official position: as, the installation of a Knight of the Garter; the installation of a clergyman over a charge.
  • 15) A placing in position for service or use; also, a complete mechanical apparatus or “plant” in position and ready for use: especially used of electrical apparatus.


  • 1) The act of instilling; also, that which is instilled.
  • 2) a liquid that is instilled drop by drop
  • 3) the introduction of a liquid (by pouring or injection) drop by drop
  • 4) That which is instilled or infused.
  • 5) The act of instilling or of pouring in by drops or by small quantities; the act of infusing or insinuating into the mind.


  • 1) The other day I came home and my brother had turned a hamster cage into an art installation.
  • 2) He looked at factory work as if it were some amusing art installation.
  • 3) They have transformed safety in nuclear installations.
  • 4) You still need to pay for the equipment and installation yourself upfront.
  • 5) It turned out they had flown over a secret nuclear installation.
  • 6) By far the most exciting work these days is going on in multimedia pieces and installations.
  • 7) Also in doubt was whether other nuclear installations along the coast pose any lesser threat of failure.
  • 8) People are aware of how unsafe many of their nuclear installations are and of the substantial threat they pose.
  • 9) The biggest share went to the big six utilities, who own the largest installations.
  • 10) Under the treaty both nations were allowed to inspect each other's military installations.
  • 11) It was an installation, temporary art.
  • 12) The artist holds the Guinness world record for the largest art installation made entirely from coat hangers.
  • 13) It is a fabulous piece of installation magic; a sublime gallery experience.
  • 14) He does video work and installation pieces; it is very harmonious.
  • 15) The tariff for large biomass installations has been lowered, but uptake of the scheme is still expected to be high.
  • 16) His speciality is installation art.
  • 17) Plans to fast-track the building of nuclear installations, motorways and airports are also expected to be confirmed.
  • 18) The lack of capacity in Britain is likely to mean higher installation and equipment prices for solar panels, experts said.
  • 19) Systems and installation support.
  • 20) He continued advising companies on the installation of software systems, much as he had before, but now he was working for himself.
  • 21) The UK should copy Germany to ensure that all such buildings have solar installations.
  • 22) It may help that my SpamAssassin installation is on my own server, and is highly tuned to meet my needs.
  • 23) The term installation is also applied to the institutio corporalis, or putting in possession of any ecclesiastical benefice whatsoever (see INSTITUTION, CANONICAL); or, again, to the solemn entry of a parish priest into his new parish, even when this solemn act takes place after the parish priest has really been put in possession of his benefice.
  • 24) The Kutamba installation is the first of many – Project H hopes to build at least 5 more in Africa and in the US.
  • 25) Not only do you not have to scrounge around for installation disks (and hope they are not damaged or lost), the installation is also wicked fast because you're reading from the hard disk instead of optical media.
  • 26) Even though the worded concourse may cause a few run ins, I ultimately think that the installation is absolutely fabulous!
  • 27) Ok this installation is the big stuff, lets look at precious metals.
  • 28) According to ProCaps the installation is the "largest private solar energy installation in the world."
  • 29) This installation is a three-dimensional, life-size, 168-square-foot replica of a typical American kitchen of the 1950s.
  • 30) Each installation is an immersive environment constructed as a place that encourages sensory understanding of physical space and temporal duration.
  • 31) ‘For example, delivery or installation charges imposed on a debtor under a credit agreement that would also have been charged to a cash purchaser will be excluded.’
  • 32) ‘His standard delivery charge includes plumbing and installation, plus removal of the old appliance and all packaging.’
  • 33) ‘The connection charges cover the purchase of the satellite dish and indoor broadband unit, plus a charge for installation.’
  • 34) ‘The installation ceremony will be followed by a public reception from 11 a.m. to noon in the Scheman building.’
  • 35) ‘For our first test, we chose a virtually identical XP machine and followed the same installation procedure as we had for the first.’
  • 36) ‘The offer includes a $250 rebate for installation and setup charges.’
  • 37) ‘IBM does not charge for installation and first year maintenance, while BCC does.’
  • 38) ‘Yesterday rollout of the complete payload took place, followed by installation onto the launcher.’
  • 39) ‘Improvements include window replacements, central heating installation, upgrades to loft and cavity insulation, kitchen modernisation and rewiring.’
  • 40) ‘This is followed by installation of dashboard wiring, the airbag holder, air ducts and metal clamps.’
  • 41) ‘But Langton's return from Rome resulted in Pandulf's legatine authority being cancelled in 1221 and his installation as bishop followed.’
  • 42) ‘Our installation and configuration procedure follows this version.’
  • 43) ‘The increase applies to installation, line rental and phone call charges for landlines, including ISDN services.’
  • 44) ‘After Saturday's installation ceremony, the new bishop met the people of the diocese in the cathedral grounds and later at a reception in St. Leo's College Assembly Hall.’
  • 45) ‘The contract, signed in Mumbai on April 19 encompasses hardware, site installation services and ATM Network Management Services.’
  • 46) ‘Providing the Scottish home improvement market with a quality, reliable and professional installation service, says Steel, is Homesmart's initial challenge.’
  • 47) ‘Introducing regulations for electrical contractors will save lives by improving installation standards, according to the main opposition party.’
  • 48) ‘There was no manual, no quick installation guide.’
  • 49) ‘They have also been able to increase the installation of sanitary equipment used by patients and hospital staff.’
  • 50) ‘The installation of the equipment means the task of providing clean linen for forty clients each week will become the work of one day rather than the present 40 hours it takes.’
  • 51) ‘To the west is the technical wing containing the radio communications equipment and installations connected to the antennae.’
  • 52) ‘Causes suggested include industrial equipment such as pumps, fans, electrical installations and cooling towers - and domestic appliances such as fridges or even fish tanks.’
  • 53) ‘Medical personnel, equipment and installations were to be respected and identified by a distinctive emblem - a Red Cross and Crescent on a white background.’
  • 54) ‘Mr Zulu also said the main processing equipment and other sensitive installations had not been affected by the fire except for the quality control room where equipment was completely destroyed.’
  • 55) ‘Under the new legislation, the BC Safety Authority will replace the provincial safety engineering division to monitor gas and electrical installations.’
  • 56) ‘In the garden, fixed lighting, pond pumps, and electrical installations in sheds and garages are now subject to the new regulations.’
  • 57) ‘Defects in such ancillary equipment as central heating boilers or electrical installations would be subject to the normal Donoghue v Stevenson principle if such defects gave rise to damage to other parts of the building.’
  • 58) ‘The firm will look after the mechanical and electrical installations for a new Home Office Central London Accommodation Strategy project - HOCLAS.’
  • 59) ‘With 45,000 square feet of raised flooring, major new equipment installations can be assimilated by the prewired and pre-bussed underfloor.’
  • 60) ‘Additional equipment installations also are permitted topside.’
  • 61) ‘The work is being carried out by Thames Water and the electricity installations by EDF Energy.’
  • 62) ‘We confirm that the Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Services installations are now in a state of Practical Completion.’
  • 63) ‘They were moved between power stations, oil refineries, military installations and factories, as their captors tried to cover possible bomb targets.’
  • 64) ‘The Delta IV submarines are strategic nuclear missile submarines designed to carry out strikes on military and industrial installations and naval bases.’
  • 65) ‘The aiming points thereafter, for bombing raids, were no longer military or industrial installations, but a church or other significant spot in the centre of industrial towns.’
  • 66) ‘Churchill brazenly lied to the House of Commons and the public, claiming that only military and industrial installations were targeted.’
  • 67) ‘The state became an armed fortress as the United States established 172 military installations in it.’
  • 68) ‘Military installations, nuclear facilities and universities are just a few examples of places that might become terrorist targets.’
  • 69) ‘Illegal aliens are working in airports, nuclear power plants, chemical facilities and military installations.’
  • 70) ‘During the first and second wars, Chechen rebels sought to acquire radioactive and biological materials, plotted to hijack a nuclear submarine and cased military nuclear installations.’
  • 71) ‘It also means that India will have to clearly separate its military nuclear installations from the civilian ones, a much needed and welcome move.’
  • 72) ‘Both sites are military installations at which Trident nuclear warheads are manufactured (and other activities carried on).’
  • 73) ‘He admitted after the Bali bombing that had the government acted on every piece of raw intelligence, many railways, airports, shopping centres, and military installations would have had to be shut down.’
  • 74) ‘We were also employed to camouflage military installations and factories.’
  • 75) ‘Convoys of troops and helicopter gunships have been observed leaving military installations around the capital.’
  • 76) ‘Power stations, airports and certain radio stations would have been blown up and key military installations would have been taken over.’
  • 77) ‘The Pentagon uses the prime vendor program to buy nearly everything, excluding weapons, to outfit troops in military installations.’
  • 78) ‘Nuclear power stations are patrolled night and day; military installations are at their highest level of alert.’
  • 79) ‘Many supplies and much equipment necessary to support the defense of Bataan were lost at forward supply depots, military installations, or the Manila area.’
  • 80) ‘Combat planes are stationed in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Kuwait and weapons storage and other installations are located elsewhere in the Gulf.’
  • 81) ‘I use the excellent fitness equipment provided on most installations, and the pools available in some places.’
  • 82) ‘The goal of base closure is to move all of the affected units, soldiers, families, and equipment to other installations while properly accounting for everything and everyone.’
  • 83) ‘Their sprawling theme park of paintings, photographs, sculptures, installations and videos amounts to a surprisingly ambitious exhibition.’
  • 84) ‘Her works, which comprise photos, installations, videos and sculptures, are replete with kitschy imagery.’
  • 85) ‘Walking into the Sanlam Art Gallery to view the installations of sculptor Jan van der Merwe is a bit like stepping onto a stage set.’
  • 86) ‘The exhibition included slide projections, videos, photographs, installations and paintings as well as wall sculptures.’
  • 87) ‘In recent years he has been making sculptures, installations, photographs and videos which recall the social impact of the Vietnam War on that country's inhabitants.’
  • 88) ‘The strolls offer examples of painting, printmaking, sculpture, photography, installations, mixed media and other artistic expressions.’
  • 89) ‘Back in the main galleries, the video installations of Jane and Louise Wilson and Willie Doherty reinforce that sensation of dislocation.’
  • 90) ‘In the main gallery a video installation entitled Sleeping is immediate and personal, inviting you to listen and feel.’
  • 91) ‘Paintings, drawings, sculptures, installations, photographs, editions and digital art will be featured.’
  • 92) ‘With no set plans in mind, Huang sets out to create his kinetic installations from piecing together several electronic gadgets.’
  • 93) ‘A story of rebirth, a meditation on the repercussions of refusing to age, and a cultural retracing of roots, the piece also features installations, storytelling and shamanism.’
  • 94) ‘In my installations, the display mechanism is part of the piece.’
  • 95) ‘Traditionally, such installations are unique pieces.’
  • 96) ‘Arora, who was awarded a teaching grant at Amherst, created for her thesis piece an installation called Mandir Masjid that echoed the trauma of partition.’
  • 97) ‘One of the most striking pieces is a new installation created for the show by Robert McDowell, who assisted Joseph Beuys during his Irish sojourn.’
  • 98) ‘That's how it becomes modern, it's sort of a conceptual art piece, or an installation with fruit, tutus and jazz in different languages.’
  • 99) ‘In their installation, a sensor detects the approaching viewer and triggers a projected image of Van Eyck to appear in the mirror.’
  • 100) ‘The piece debuted at an installation in the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art as an accompaniment to the plaster structures on the album's cover.’
  • 101) ‘In a gallery I'm most likely drawn to any number of pieces of work from installations, multimedia and the classics.’
  • 102) ‘The exhibition will include the artist's site specific audio walks as well as a number of indoor sound pieces and multimedia installations.’


  • 1) The final part of the instillation is a great heptagonal glass case in a darkened room.
  • 2) Also, the gang puts on a fashion "instillation" which is a fashion show for people who only make jeans, and that's where the "model down!" moment from the preveiws happens.
  • 3) Imagine the nerve of that bloody minded Abe, calling for volunteers just because a US military instillation was shelled jefft452 says:
  • 4) Imagine the nerve of that bloody minded Abe, calling for volunteers just because a US military instillation was shelled
  • 5) When the Scottish government's Council of Economic Advisers released its annual status-check last December, it noted that the previous decade had not been conducive to the instillation of good habits of budgetary discipline. . .
  • 6) The renovations, which include an extension and the instillation of areas of FieldTurf, were expected to be completed in time for fall practice.
  • 7) Third, perhaps even that instillation was not enough.
  • 8) And finally an image from a very beautiful film instillation ‘The End’ by Ragnar Kjartansson.
  • 9) ‘From Wingate, Dayan learned the importance of surprise, cunning, compassion and the instillation of fear.’
  • 10) ‘To quantitate the magnitude of neutrophilic lung inflammation, we investigated the cellular profile of BAL fluid of the lungs 24 hours after the intratracheal instillations.’
  • 11) ‘In 20 healthy volunteers one dose of a 1-percent forskolin solution had no effect, whereas two instillations five minutes apart led to significant decreases in IOP and aqueous flow rate.’
  • 12) ‘After intratracheal elastase instillations, we confirmed histologically the dose-dependent emphysematous changes throughout the lung (data not shown).’
  • 13) ‘In this study, we used a rat model to compare intra-tracheal instillations of dust samples taken from the work areas of a jute-processing factory vs. positive and negative controls.’

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