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Synonyms for formal

fond of or given to ceremony

of or characterized by ceremony

requiring elegant clothes and fine manners

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a lavish dance requiring formal attire

being in accord with established forms and conventions and requirements (as e.g. of formal dress)

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characteristic of or befitting a person in authority

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(of spoken and written language) adhering to traditional standards of correctness and without casual, contracted, and colloquial forms

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represented in simplified or symbolic form

logically deductive

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refined or imposing in manner or appearance

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Briefing about some major insights that are included in the study are Global Formal Wear Sales (K Units) and Revenue (Million USD), definitions, classifications, applications and industry overview; market policies and strategy; product specifications; manufacturing processes; cost structures and so on.
"Primarily, formalising the partnership will enable the schools to collaborate through a formal structured process by sharing one governing body, which will make decisions to majorly benefit both schools, the staff and the pupils."
14, 2018, the NEEOISO dismissed Thweatt's formal EEO complaint as untimely based on the Jan.
CPP and the New People's Army, he said, should also agree to the stand down order for the formal talks to resume.
To find out the issues of evaluation of teaching practice of formal and non-formal teacher education systems.
Although many moments of the appearance of formal methods can be found in the history of these sciences and many authors have submitted contributions in this regard, it was not until the 1960s that the concept was taken seriously, after the enactment of the so-called software crisis [8], The community then directed its gaze to mathematics as a lifeline that had helped other disciplines, with the aim of integrating it into software development to solve this crisis and ones that might appear later.
Data were analyzed by using two-way chi square techniques to compare the responses of formal and non-formal prospective teachers.
According to 33 percent of respondents, their organization plans to develop a formal succession planning process within the next five years, while 27 percent are currently developing a formal process, and 11 percent have a formal process in place.
Results--Seventeen of 49 (35%) institutions responded to the survey of part 1, of which 10 offered a formal animal welfare course, 9 offered a formal animal behavior course, 8 offered a formal animal ethics course, and 5 offered a combined animal welfare, behavior, and ethics course.
Pre-retirees and retirees (ages 55-75 with financial assets of $100,000-plus) who have a formal written retirement plan are more likely to feel more confident that they're saving enough for retirement.
Formal method is a way to takes the specification (written in natural language) and converts it into its mathematical equivalent.
The paper illustrates the theoretical assumptions of new institutionalism especially its distinction between formal and informal institutions.
Formal and informal mentoring can complement one another and expand support for beginning teachers.
This volume examines the relationship between the formal and informal spheres of power and is meant to serve as a corrective to overly "statist" political analyses that focus entirely on formal power institutions.
The Base of the Iceberg: Informal Learning and Its Impact on Formal and Non-Formal Learning
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