formalize

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  • Although the media say they were married, they never formalized their union.
  • Both parties could not formalize an agreement and the deal was soon dead.
  • In the past several years, the "work-up" process has become quite formalized.
  • This new effort works to formalize leadership at the senior chief level.
  • Idea protection is when authors formalize their ideas and reserve their rights to them.
  • French was the international language at the time that these were formalized.
  • The law thus allows families currently without title to formalize their ownership.
  • When she came of age, a ceremony would be organized to formalize the relationship.
  • Sets of house rules become formalized, as described in the previous section.
  • Over time it has been formalized on an international basis.
  • Both lay and religious women also performed valuable services to the Catholic community in a less formalized fashion.
  • Its constitutional duty includes the publishing and all election returns, therefore formalizing them.
  • Even features such as user defined functions were formalized within that model.
  • The presence of military troops formalized the role of government.
  • The provincial wanted him to formalize his study of native language and culture, so that he could share it with others.
  • As the designs become more complex, the testing must become more formalized.
  • Oratory eventually became a central subject of study in the formalized Greek education system.
  • This approach has been formalized in certain social sciences models, particularly in economics.
  • In the other direction, model theory itself can be formalized within ZFC set theory.
  • Soon systems emerged in which such branches were formalized and easily separated from the main story.
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Meaning of formalize

  • verb Make formal or official
    We formalized the appointment and gave him a title