- v. alternative spelling of formalize.
- v. declare or make legally valid
- v. make formal or official
“The India-SADC forum would "formalise" relations between the two sides, the spokesman said.”
“The housing project will "formalise" the Folweni informal settlement with the main focus on service provision including upgrading services and the delivery of title deeds.”
“Cast said the IFP's real intention was to "formalise" bands of warlords.”
“Realising that, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has "more or less" completed the paperwork to "formalise" a one-year extension.”
“According to sources, Mudassar wants to "formalise" his relation with Sush.”
“Special secretary of the ministry Rita Menon said at a session in Petrotech 2009 that the windfall tax had been a proposal to 'formalise' the discounts offered by state-run oil producers as part of the subsidy-sharing mechanism.”
“He said it now intended to '' formalise '' its approach to property projects to get the best value.”
“Twitter is working on a way to automate its retweet process to enable smoother and more comprehensive access to information across the popular micro-blogging site, according to a new blog posting. wrote yesterday that the firm intends to "formalise" the process of retweeting so that users do not need to manually copy and paste tweets to share them with their own followers.”
“formalise" alleged bands of warlords by planning a national network of defence committees.”
“Speculation that Ryan Moore will formalise his relationship with the Aidan O'Brien stable next season is likely to increase this weekend, when the former champion jockey, currently retained by Sir Michael Stoute, will take eight rides for Ballydoyle at the Breeders' Cup meeting in Kentucky.”
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