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* Formally, an insect of the order Hemiptera, known as the " true bugs "
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, they are known as Ridunians, from the Latin Riduna.
Formally known as trilina, the armónico has seven strings, two of which form a doubled string.
Formally known as the IGDA Award For Community Contribution.
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 Kelowna Grizzlies, the club was purchased in
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 " Good For Breakfast " instant oatmeal mix.
Formally known as the " Long Tinh ", the flag was the official flag of the Nguyễn Court.
* The Central Tavern ( Formally known as the " On Campus Bar " or " The OC ")
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, the legislature is still known as the General Assembly of Prince Edward Island.
Formally known as Thornhill, a gift from C. P.
Formally known as " Brooks Institute of Photography ," Brooks Institute offers four majors, two certificate programs and two graduate programs.

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Formally described as " Truck, Cargo: 10-Ton, 8x8 ", it has been nicknamed the " Dragon Wagon ".
If R is a ring, let R denote the ring of polynomials in the indeterminate X over R. Hilbert proved that if R is " not too large ", in the sense that if R is Noetherian, the same must be true for R. Formally,
Formally called " the Wigwam ", this immense edifice was located on Girard Avenue between 19th and 20th Streets, across from Philadelphia's Girard College.
Formally named " Olallie ", it has usually been marketed as olallieberry, just as " Marion " is sold as marionberry.
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.
Formally, the title of the game is just " 9 ", as shown on the box cover.
Formally known as the " International Copyright Act of 1891 ", but more commonly referred to as the " Chace Act " after Sen. Jonathan Chace of Rhode Island.

Formally and elected
Formally the Prince-Electors elected a King of the Romans, who was elected in Germany but became Holy Roman Emperor only when crowned by the Pope.
Formally, the President is elected by the National People's Congress in accordance with Article 62 of the Constitution.

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Formally, the Congress serves two functions: to approve changes to the Party constitution regarding policy and to elect a Central Committee, about 300 strong.
Formally, these failed when they were rejected by the Church of England's General Synod in 1972 ; conversations and co-operation continued, however, leading in 2003 to the signing of a covenant between the two churches.
Formally, we start with a category C with finite products ( i. e. C has a terminal object 1 and any two objects of C have a product ).
Formally, this means symmetry under a sub-group of the Euclidean group of isometries in two or three dimensional Euclidean space.
Formally, EMF is classified as the external work expended per unit of charge to produce an electric potential difference across two open-circuited terminals.
Formally, an elliptic function is a function meromorphic on for which there exist two non-zero complex numbers and with ( in other words, not parallel ), such that and for all.
Formally, two variables are inversely proportional ( or varying inversely, or in inverse variation, or in inverse proportion or in reciprocal proportion ) if one of the variables is directly proportional with the multiplicative inverse ( reciprocal ) of the other, or equivalently if their product is a constant.
Formally, the two parts are given by the following expression, where is the number being encoded:
( Formally speaking, this then satisfies the premises of an axiom of well-founded induction, which asserts that these two conditions are sufficient for the proposition to hold for all x.
Formally, a homotopy between two continuous functions f and g from a
Formally, it is a norm defined on the space of bounded linear operators between two given normed vector spaces.
Formally, a Lie superalgebra is a ( nonassociative ) Z < sub > 2 </ sub >- graded algebra, or superalgebra, over a commutative ring ( typically R or C ) whose product, called the Lie superbracket or supercommutator, satisfies the two conditions ( analogs of the usual Lie algebra axioms, with grading ):
Formally, this is achieved by mapping the input x to a two dimensional vector u ( x )
Formally said, the intersection of each two of them is empty ( the null event ): A and B
Formally, the poem can be understood as the combination of two sonnets, though the spacing of the stanzas is irregular.
Formally, given two categories C and D, an equivalence of categories consists of a functor F: C → D, a functor G: D → C, and two natural isomorphisms ε: FG → I < sub > D </ sub > and η: I < sub > C </ sub >→ GF.
Formally, the mutual information of two discrete random variables X and Y can be defined as:
Formally, a vertex cover of a graph G is a set C of vertices such that each edge of G is incident to at least one vertex in C. The set C is said to cover the edges of G. The following figure shows examples of vertex covers in two graphs ( and the set C is marked with red ).
Formally, a monad consists of a type constructor M and two operations, bind and return.
Formally, given two partially ordered sets ( S, ≤) and ( T, ≤), a function f: S → T is an order-embedding if f is both order-preserving and order-reflecting, i. e. for all x and y in S, one has
Formally, he says, the piece consists of two parts of nearly equal length, the end of the first section being bars 24 – 28 ( p. 77 ).
Formally, given a finite set X, a collection C of subsets of X, all of size n, has Property B if we can partition X into two disjoint subsets Y and Z such that every set in C meets both Y and Z.

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