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Definition of Formally

Formally
Formally Form"al*ly, adv. In a formal manner; essentially; characteristically; expressly; regularly; ceremoniously; precisely. That which formally makes this [charity] a Christian grace, is the spring from which it flows. --Smalridge. You and your followers do stand formally divided against the authorized guides of the church and rest of the people. --Hooker.

Meaning of Formally from wikipedia

- Ancient Gr****). They may refer to: Formal wear, attire for formal events Semi-formal attire, attire for semi-formal events Informal attire, more controlled...
- correct formal structure. A valid argument is one where if the premises are true, the conclusion must be true. A sound argument is a formally correct...
- In chemistry, a formal charge (FC) is the charge ****igned to an atom in a molecule, ****uming that electrons in all chemical bonds are shared equally between...
- Formal learning is education normally delivered by trained teachers in a systematic intentional way within a school, higher education or university. It...
- research," and not as paraphrase. Unlike a metaphrase, which represents a "formal equivalent" of the source, a paraphrase represents a "dynamic equivalent"...
- or, less formally, a biretta. In practice, the c****ock and especially the ferraiolone have become much less common and no particular formal attire has...
- This is a list of types of formally designated forests, as used in various places around the world. It is organized in three sublists: by forest ownership...
- − a belongs to P. A formally real field with no formally real proper algebraic extension is a real closed field. If K is formally real and Ω is an algebraically...
- Dynamic equivalence and formal equivalence, terms coined by Eugene Nida, are two dissimilar translation approaches, achieving differing level of literalness...
- methods, making formal verification easier to introduce and more productive. As of 2011[update], several operating systems have been formally verified: NICTA's...
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