present formally

See: introduce
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Azur Air Ukraine (QU, Kiev Borispol) finished its legal transformation from UTair-Ukraine (QU, Kiev Borispol) with the airline at present formally owned by Turkish tour operator Anex Tourism Group (ATG).
Amr's fans announced via their Facebook page that they have agreed to participate in the campaign, and be present formally on Friday, April 3 in the event held by Tamer Hosny fans.
French Finance Minister Pierre Moscovici is not expected to present formally the new adjustments announced recently by President Francois Hollande.
In a speech to war veterans and MPs she said: "I have instructed our chancellor to present formally to the Security Council of the UN, and before the General Assembly of the UN, this militarisation of the South Atlantic.
In a speech to Falklands War veterans and politicians, FernEindez said: "I have instructed our chancellor to present formally to the Security Council of the UN, and before the General Assembly of the UN, this militarisation of the South Atlantic which implies a great risk for international security.
AASD continues to focus on the scheduled 2012 SNAP reauthorization and is developing program policy positions to present formally to policymakers.
Canada's title to the Arctic itself is not at present formally contested, but there are dramatic, encroaching catalysts: energy demand, available mineral and freshwater resources, new ice ship--building technology, enormous oil and gas deposits in the Arctic, the rapid ice melt, and the convenience of a shorter passage (vis-a-vis the PanamaCanal) from Asia to Europe.
Upon receipt of the notification, the Company will request an administrative hearing to present formally to Nasdaq the status of the matter causing the delayed filing.