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Synonyms for informally

without formality


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Dr Rebecca Hardy, of Calderdale, West Yorkshire, whose patient list has been informally closed, said: "We have been told we must continue to register patients even though we do not have enough staff in our team and are constantly relying on locum GPs and nurses.
The report went on to say that such behaviour could "arguably be better dealt with informally (school-related mis behaviour, for example) and in previous times was.
It said: "There is a good deal of anecdotal evidence, for example, that behaviour, particularly that of children and young people, is being criminalised which arguably would be better dealt with informally (school-related misbehaviour, for example) and in previous times was.
Called Coins for Cuba, the program started informally two years ago at Grace Church when newly-appointed outreach coordinator John Page wondered how the parish could offer practical help to its prayer partner, the small mission church of San Pedro in Jobabo, Cuba.
Plant Spanish, Dutch and English iris bulbs, either in rows to produce flowers for cutting, or informally in borders or rock gardens.
The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries has informally agreed it needs to cut production at least 1 million barrels a day or 4 percent to boost the falling price of oil, the Financial Times reported Thursday.
Last year, researchers discovered that a belt object informally dubbed Xena is bigger than Pluto.
Until the law passed, the state had no official motto but used "In God We Trust" informally.
In addition to attending informative sessions on advocacy and generational issues, state leaders were able to meet informally to exchange ideas on subjects of mutual concern.
The IC has issued decision notices on 19 of these although many have been resolved informally.
Such representation will also facilitate the creation of a "monetary G2" between Europe and the United States to informally steer the monetary system, much as the "trade G2" between them has informally steered the trading system for the past forty years.
The district court denied the officers' motion for judgment on the pleadings, finding that the inmate had complied with the requirements of the Prison Litigation Reform Act (PLRA) by informally exhausting administrative remedies.
This thesis seems best proven by presidents like Reagan and Clinton, who from time to time in general would let down their guard and informally take off a shirt to chop brush or informally take off their pants to counsel an intern, or what have you.
McKenzie alleged that Robinson informally agreed personal terms with Villa a week ago - before Leeds agreed a fee with the midlands club.
The purpose of the reauthorization was to fund CPSC for fiscal years 2004 through 2007 and to make some technical amendments allowing the Commission to formalize certain employee positions, which had evolved informally.