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fawr muh luh zay shuhn

  • n  the act of making formal (as by stating formal rules governing classes of expressions)

  • One from the Middle East finally blew itself out last week with the formalization of diplomatic relations between West Germany and Israela historic decision that surprisingly .
  • West Germany cannot accept any formalization of the Oder-Neisse line between East Germany and Poland, any project for disengagement in Central Europe, any plan for Germany as a non .
  • In the short run its consequences included his excommunication by a furious church, much of whose power derived from "works"; and the formalization of additional grievances by .

  • Mike Leavitt in Bloomberg
    The formalization of an influenza pandemic does have cascading consequences,said Michael Leavitt, former US health and human services secretary.
  • Kenneth Starr in Christian News Wire (press release)
    Starr said of that contention, "to embrace what truly would be a revolution it is utterly without formalization in the courts jurisprudence."
  • Freeman Dyson in Winnipeg Sun
    Godel's theorem of incompleteness profoundly shook the world of pure mathematicians when he demonstrated the ingenious proof, Dyson writes, "that in any formalization of mathematics including the rules of ordinary arithmetic there are meaningful...

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