Founded

  • (adj): Having a basis; often used as combining terms.
    Example: "Well-founded suspicions"
    Synonyms: based

Some articles on founded:

1875 In Sports - Association Football
5 November — Blackburn Rovers founded at a meeting of enthusiasts in the St Leger Hotel, King William St, Blackburn ... Birmingham City founded as Small Heath Alliance by cricketers from Holy Trinity Church in the Bordesley Green area of Birmingham ... – Queen's Park 3–0 Renton at Hampden Park Hibernian FC founded in Edinburgh by Irish immigrants who give the club the Roman name for Ireland ...
Infogrames Entertainment, SA - Studios - Sold
... Atari Australia Pty Ltd in Sydney, Australia, founded as Ozisoft Pty Ltd in 1982, completely acquired on April 15, 2002, sold to Namco Bandai Holdings on July 7, 2009 ... MacSoft in Plymouth, Minnesota, U.S founded in 1993, sold to Destineer on January 30, 2003 ... Paradigm Entertainment in Carrollton, TX, U.S founded in May 1998, acquired by Atari Interactive on June 29, 2000, sold May 2006 to THQ ...
Quartermaine Family - ELQ Industries - Subsidiaries
... L B Records — Record label founded by Lois Cerullo and Ned Ashton, seized by Edward Quartermaine in 1996 Donely Shipping — Shipping company once owned by Sean Donely Jacks Cosmetics — Cosmetics ...
University Of Parma - History
... The school was founded in 1117A.D as a center for study of the general liberal arts curriculum of the medieval period ... The Farnese Duke Ranuccio I founded and endowed the university College of Nobles with a distinguished faculty, but between 1731 and 1748 the university was again neglected ... Things again improved in 1762 under Duke Ferdinand I de Bourbon, when he founded a great state university at Parma and endowed it with possessions ...
Zemun Gymnasium
... Founded in 1858, it's Belgrade second oldest, and it is Serbia's fifth oldest gymnasium, after those in Sremski Karlovci (founded in 1791), Novi Sad (founded in 1810 ...

Famous quotes containing the word founded:

    No decent career was ever founded on a public.
    F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896–1940)

    To history therefore I must refer for answer, in which it would be an unhappy passage indeed, which should shew by what fatal indulgence of subordinate views and passions, a contest for an atom had defeated well founded prospects of giving liberty to half the globe.
    Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826)

    With most people disbelief in a thing is founded on a blind belief in some other thing.
    —G.C. (Georg Christoph)