- The coroner will formally open and adjourn the inquest today in Salisbury.
- The Commission said that, of the 19 alleged breaches, a case had been formally opened for 14 and five were still at the enquiries stage.
- The judge noted the respondent's objection to reliance on this passage but does not appear to have formally ruled on it.
- Stalling for two days in hopes that the British fleet might appear, he formally surrendered on 19 October.
- Early in 1990, our institute formally opened to foreign volunteers.
- The new prime minister-designate is to formally become prime minister after obtaining parliamentary endorsement.
- The case was not formally opened and details of the incident will be revealed at the next hearing.
- If we opened the border more formally, many more people would come.
- The UK's ratification of the convention formally takes effect next month.
- In December of 1946, a grand jury was convened to decide formally whether to charge the suspects and try them.
- The prime minister formally declared the country to be suffering from serious famine.
- This decision was formally incorporated in the Convention by amendment the following year.
- At present most services are only open to men formally charged with assault.
- The mound and the historic mosaic are due to be formally opened in July.
- He added the minister had formally approved the inquiry.
- But those countries have not formally passed laws that contradict the convention.
- The building will not formally be opened for another few weeks but the organisers of last night's premiere managed to hire it out for the occasion.
- To date no one has been formally charged in the case.
- The MP was in town to formally open the station yesterday following the completion of a £9 million project.
- It is not clear whether judgment was formally entered in accordance with the terms of settlement.
2(officially)(request/reprimand/invite) formalmentehe had not been formally educated — no había tenido una formación académica