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1‘this approach flies in the face of established practice’
accepted, traditional, orthodox, habitual, confirmed, entrenched, set, fixed, official, settled, dyed-in-the-wool, inveterate
usual, customary, common, normal, general, prevailing, accustomed, familiar, wonted, popular, expected, routine, regular, typical, conventional, mainstream, standard, stock
2‘he is an established composer of international repute’
well known, recognized, acclaimed, esteemed, acknowledged
respected, respectable, famous, prominent, noted, renowned
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