[permalink] [id link]
Formally, they have always been considered Orthodox Christians, but most of them followed shamanism and animism as a part of their culture.
Some Related Sentences
Formally and they
Formally, arbitrage transactions have negative skew – prices can get a small amount closer ( but often no closer than 0 ), while they can get very far apart.
Formally, they were part of the non-resident sections, but in fact constituted a separate division, largely autonomous in their activities.
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 are given a set of hypotheses and a set of manifestations ; they are related by the domain knowledge, represented by a function that takes as an argument a set of hypotheses and gives as a result the corresponding set of manifestations.
Formally, they are partial derivatives of the option price with respect to the independent variables ( technically, one Greek, gamma, is a partial derivative of another Greek, called delta ).
Formally reported from November 1944 onwards, witnesses often assumed that the foo fighters were secret weapons employed by the enemy, but they remained unidentified post-war and were reported by both Allied and Axis forces.
By 1912, the Social Democrats, with an explicitly anti-antisemitic program, were the largest party in the German Reichstag, and the Progressives ran very strongly as well ... Formally, at least, the Jews had been fully emancipated with the establishment of the German Empire, although they were kept out of certain influential occupations, enjoyed extraordinary prosperity ... Germans intermarried with Jews: in the 1930s some 50, 000 Jews were living in mixed German-Jewish marriages, so at least 50, 000 Germans, and presumably parts of their families, had familial contact with the Jews.
Formally, they are appointed by the President for five-year terms coinciding with the term of the House of Representatives.
Formally, Liouville numbers and elementary numbers contain the algebraic numbers, and they include some but not all transcendental numbers.
Formally system networks correspond to type lattices in formal lattice theory, although they are occasionally erroneously mistaken for flowcharts or directed decision trees.
Formally, these failed when they were rejected by the Church of England's General Synod in 1972, however conversations and co-operation continued leading in 2003 to the signing of a covenant between the two churches.
Formally however they define it as any variable that does not directly affect the fundamentals of the economy.
Formally, this meant that the whole peloton finished out of time limits, but the referees understandably used a rule saying that they could give clemency to any group of more than 20 % of the stage's starting riders, officially citing the weather conditions as their reason to do so.
Formally and have
Formally, oxidation state is the hypothetical charge that an atom would have if all bonds to atoms of different elements were 100 % ionic.
Formally, this means that the probability density functions or probability mass functions in this class have the form
Formally, according to the Constitution, citizens of Turkmenistan have the right to set up political parties and other public associations, acting within the framework of the Constitution and laws, and public associations and groups of citizens have the right to nominate their candidates in accordance with the election law.
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, the sequence of partial sums of some infinite summation converges if for every fixed power of X the coefficient stabilizes: there is a point beyond which all further partial sums have the same coefficient.
Informally, G has the above presentation if it is the " freest group " generated by S subject only to the relations R. Formally, the group G is said to have the above presentation if it is isomorphic to the quotient of a free group on S by the normal subgroup generated by the relations R.
Formally, we have for the approximation to the full solution A, a series in the small parameter ( here called ), like the following:
Formally, the case where only a subset of parameters is defined is still a composite hypothesis ; nonetheless, the term point hypothesis is often applied in such cases, particularly where the hypothesis test can be structured in such a way that the distribution of the test statistic ( the distribution under the null hypothesis ) does not depend on the parameters whose values have not been specified under the point null hypothesis.
Formally, for a countable set of events A < sub > 1 </ sub >, A < sub > 2 </ sub >, A < sub > 3 </ sub >, ..., we have
Formally, the principle of subsidiarity applies to those areas where the Community does not have exclusive competence, the principle delineating those areas where the Community should and should not act.
Formally the neutral is called the “ grounded conductor ”; as of the 2008 NEC, the terms “ neutral conductor ” and “ neutral point ” have been defined in the Code to record what had been common usage.
Formally, Chrétien and Martin have remained publicly respectful of each other ; while much of the verbal sparring was between their supporters.
Formally, an antihomomorphism between X and Y is a homomorphism, where equals Y as a set, but has multiplication reversed: denoting the multiplication on Y as and the multiplication on as, we have.
Formally, all members of the Ghelani family are Hindu Leuva Patel, although some have since chosen other religious beliefs.
Formally described, it alternates slow sections in a modal F with faster sections, " Neue Kraft fühlend " ( with renewed strength ), in D. The slow sections each have two elements, ( 1 ) a passage reminiscent of the opening of the first movement in which the instruments overlap each other with a brief motive ; ( 2 ) a chorale, the actual song.
Formally the Airframe Reconditioning Squadron RNZAF, the unit was commercialised in 1998 and is now managed by SAFE Air Ltd. No. 1 Repair Depot was also active at the base for a number of years, though during the war it appears to have been stationed at Hamilton.
Formally, the minimum age for front line fighter is eighteen, but apparently rear line fighters below that age limit have been captured by the Colombian Army or occasionally have deserted.
Formally and always
Formally, the index of H in G is defined as the number of cosets of H in G. ( The number of left cosets of H in G is always equal to the number of right cosets.
Formally and been
It has been leased from the National Trust since 1974 by the Somerset Wildlife Trust ( Formally Somerset Trust for Nature Conservation ) and is run as a nature reserve and visitor centre.
Formally named " Olallie ", it has usually been marketed as olallieberry, just as " Marion " is sold as marionberry.
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 introduced in 1991, Gut Recordings was founded by Guy Holmes, who had been Head of Promotions at Island Records.
Formally this mission was declared to be only in pursuit of the Russian vessels and ammunition taken to Anzali by the White Russian counter-revolutionary General Denikin, who had been given asylum by British forces in Anzali.
Formally, citizen science has been defined as " the systematic collection and analysis of data ; development of technology ; testing of natural phenomena ; and the dissemination of these activities by researchers on a primarily avocational basis ".
Formally launched in November 2004 The Economic Times Chandigarh edition has been immensely successful.