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  • What would have formerly been a system bus is now often known as a front-side bus.
  • The abandonment of some sites is now believed to be later than had formerly been thought.
  • Formerly, there was also a radio department, headed by a chief radio officer and supported by a number of radio officers.
  • In particular, a major court case in England brought to light many formerly guarded names of senior members.
  • The site on which the building is constructed was formerly the location of Murray House.
  • The modern city has expanded and includes the formerly separate community on the island of Elephantine.
  • Germany formerly used this type as well until the aircraft was lost in a 1997 accident.
  • Formerly it had a roof made of perishable materials; now only the stone walls remain.
  • As in English, the new family names are sometimes based on what was formerly a patronymic.
  • Formerly known as Heart of Africa, these are two of the park's major exhibits.
  • Regions were divided as to whether slavery should be allowed in the formerly Mexican lands.
  • Formerly, materials used for insulation included treated cloth or paper and various oil-based products.
  • Though formerly prevalent within its range, the bird had become rare by the middle of the 19th century.
  • The fact is formerly it took as twice as many votes to gain a seat in some election districts as in some others.
  • Formerly responsible to the National Assembly, the judiciary is now independent under the new constitution.
  • A term formerly used for direct current was galvanic current.
  • While most modern "cavalry" units have some historic connection with formerly mounted troops this is not always the case.
  • The weapons trained on are mainly of soviet origin and abandoned material used formerly by the regular army, including tanks.
  • These were formerly taught only to disciples as a separate, complementary training system.
  • Women were also formerly issued sandals, but this practice has ceased.
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