with official authorization
"the club will be formally recognized"
in a formal manner
"he was dressed rather formally"
In a formal manner.
He dressed quite formally - too formally for the occasion.
In accordance with official procedure.
He formally filed a complaint, which involved much paperwork.
In accordance with rigorous rules.
He proved it formally but gave his students no intuitive feel for the matter.
in a formal manner; essentially; characteristically; expressly; regularly; ceremoniously; precisely
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Rank popularity for the word 'formally' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #4346
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Rank popularity for the word 'formally' in Written Corpus Frequency: #2909
Rank popularity for the word 'formally' in Adverbs Frequency: #280
The numerical value of formally in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of formally in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
One of the suspected terrorists, A.A., who is of interest to the French security agencies, was registered on the Presevo border crossing on Oct. 7 this year, where he formally sought asylum, checks have confirmed that his details match those of the person who on Oct. 3 was identified in Greece. There was no Interpol warrant issued against this person.
We formally protested on Jan. 8 the recent test flights by China to Kagitingan Reef.
The cable is so practical, so important and so emblematic of the relationship between Australia and our key partners in the Pacific, the Coral Sea Cable will deliver for Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands a connected future, Payne said, adding that the aim was for the cable to be operational by December. China denies using economic aid as political leverage, insisting it considers the ability of a country to repay loans when offering finance. In a bid to counter China, Australia has offered A$ 3 billion( $ 2.03 billion) in cheap loans and grants to the Pacific. The competition for influence in the Pacific has soured bilateral relations between Australia and China. The relationship came under further strain on Tuesday when China confirmed it has formally arrested a Chinese-born Australian writer on suspicion of espionage. Yang Hengjun, a former Chinese diplomat turned online journalist and blogger, was detained in January. Payne on Tuesday said Australia held grave concerns about Yang Hengjun and the.
I would be cautious with regard to the findings of co-morbidity since these participants were not formally diagnosed.
In order for the arrangement to become operational, it needs to be formally accepted( by diplomatic note) by Venezuela. This has not happened yet.
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