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Formally known as the " Azov's Memory " its sailors were veterans of the 1906 revolutionary actions.
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Formally, the base is known as Naval Support Facility Diego Garcia ( the US activity ) or Permanent Joint Operating Base ( PJOB ) Diego Garcia ( the UK's term ).
* Nuclear bunker buster: Formally known as the Robust Nuclear Earth Penetrator ( RNEP ), this program aimed to modify an existing gravity bomb to penetrate into soil and rock in order to destroy underground targets.
Formally named " United Press Associations " for incorporation and legal purposes, but publicly known and identified as United Press or UP, it was created by the 1907 uniting of three smaller news syndicates by the Midwest newspaper publisher E. W. Scripps.
Formally known as the " Six and A Half Point Pole " form, this is the second to last form of the system.
Formally known as the Organisation internationale de la Francophonie ( OIF ) or the International Organization of the Francophonie, the organization comprises 56 member states and governments, 3 associate members, and 19 observers.
Formally known as the Kingfisher Pier, the Pier at Garden City is one of the most renowned attractions in Garden City, SC.
Formally known as Bootle-cum-Linacre, the town is < span style =" white-space: nowrap "> 4 miles ( 6. 4 km )</ span > to the north of Liverpool city centre, and has a total resident population of 77, 640.
Formally known as Motion Picture Distribution LP, it was re branded and relaunched in 2007 due to the break-up of its preceding company, Alliance Atlantis, which was sold off piece by piece to Canwest Global, GS Capital Partners, along with several other smaller companies.
Formally known as Sportsdesk, it was re-vamped to closer resemble ESPN's own SportsCenter ( including the use of its theme music, logo, and opening ) in the Fall of 2001 as part of a corporate restructuring, closer aligning itself with new minority owner ESPN.
Formally known as the Inverurie Parish Church, a split in Church of Scotland over the appointment of ministers in 1843 ( The Disruption ) led to the creation of the West Parish Church ( known locally as " The West Kirk ") which was founded as a Free Church ( a church free from Edinburgh control ) thus causing the Inverurie Parish Church to change its name.
Formally known as the World Commission on Environment and Development ( WCED ), the Brundtland Commission's mission is to unite countries to pursue sustainable development together.
Formally West Lilydale, the surrounding region became known as Chirnside Park in the 1970s, the Post Office opening on 25 September 1979.
Formally known as Mickleham Grand it used to range from Mount Ridley Road to Crestmont Terrace, but now is connected to the urbanised areas of Craigieburn.
Formally known as " Brooks Institute of Photography ," Brooks Institute offers four majors, two certificate programs and two graduate programs.
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Formally neutral and reluctant to become involved with the great powers except as a last resort, Kuwait turned to the United States, the Soviet Union and Britain for naval protection of its tanker fleet after twenty-one ships were attacked in the gulf since late 1986.
Formally, a hypothesis is compared against its opposite or null hypothesis (" if I release this ball, it will not fall to the floor ").
Formally, bending modulus is defined as the energy required to deform a membrane from its intrinsic curvature to some other curvature.
Formally, a government would lay out its reasons for going to war, as well as its intentions in prosecuting it and the steps that might be taken to avert it.
Formally, in GMLCOV AbstractCoverage is a subtype of AbstractFeature ( indicating its close relation ).
Formally, this follows from the convolution theorem in mathematics, which relates the Fourier transform of the power spectrum ( the intensity of each frequency ) to its autocorrelation.
Formally it was part of Serbia, but it actually was a virtually separate autonomous region ruled by its German minority.
Formally speaking, the opportunity was extended to all classes to join China's project on its Leninist terms.
Formally, knowing the step response of a dynamical system gives information on the stability of such a system, and on its ability to reach one stationary state when starting from another.
Formally called the Final Declaration of the Stresa Conference, its aim was to reaffirm the Locarno Treaties and to declare that the independence of Austria " would continue to inspire their common policy ".
Formally dedicated " as a memorial to the boys that were " on October 30, 1915, Alumni Field and its distinctive " maroon goal-posts on a field of green " were hailed in that evening's edition of the Boston Saturday Evening Transcript as " one of the sights in Boston.
Formally adopting the Rastafari faith, with its advocacy of repatriation to Africa and its use of cannabis, he joined the ranks of the Bobo Ashanti in the mid-1990s.
Formally, a cardinal number κ is λ-unfoldable if and only if for every transitive model M of cardinality κ of ZFC-minus-power set such that κ is in M and M contains all its sequences of length less than κ, there is a non-trivial elementary embedding j of M into a transitive model with the critical point of j being κ and j ( κ ) ≥ λ.
Formally, the IE Domain Registry Limited is a private company, limited by guarantee, incorporated in Ireland having its registered office and principal place of business in Sandycove, County Dublin.
Formally, the Ministry of Aeronautics was founded on January 20, 1941 and so its military branch called " National Air Forces ", changed to " Brazilian Air Force " ( Força Aérea Brasileira-FAB ) on May, 22.
Dick Smith Electronics has also long been known for its " home brand " range of electronics which fall under the brand name " Dick Smith " ( Formally called DSE, a commonly used abbreviation of Dick Smith Electronics ).
Formally, we define a bad field as a structure of the form ( K, T ), where K is an algebraically closed field and T is an infinite, proper, distinguished subgroup of K, such that ( K, T ) is of finite Morley rank in its full language.