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Aside from establishing the level of formality, those giving weddings must rely on the judgment of the participants.
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Currently, thousands of troops are stationed inside and outside the building, and the situational response is taking on a formality and sophistication akin to a military operation.
In reality, Pence does have a role to play when Congress meets to certify the Electoral College’s votes on January 6, but it is more a formality than anything.
While it’s only a formality at this point, the state Legislature still needs to confirm Assemblywoman Shirley Weber as secretary of state.
With less formality and more announcements than any other prestige show, the video games industry has an awards show that tries to be its mirror.
It is not, however, the incident in itself that is now referred to, but only the formality ascribed to it in the narrative.
Accustomed to a written character, their eyes became wearied by the crabbedness and formality of type.
With great deliberation and much formality Wu-pom Nai proceeded to loosen the boy's heavy plaits of hair.
By-and-by all pretence of formality and order is put aside and the battle really begins.
Before I could reply, the door flew open without the formality of a knock, and old Mrs. Bolum ran in.

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