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The monarch arrived in Muscat, the capital of the Arab country, last night but has been formally greeted by its ruler Sultan Qaboos.
The 1st Allerton, formally 27th Liverpool, will also be 100 years old.
Hyderabad, March 1 (ANI): Former Indian cricketer Mohammad Azharuddin got a rousing welcome in home city Hyderabad on Saturday as he landed there after formally joining the Congress party.
WALES will be formally handed the responsibility tomorrow for hosting golf's prestigious Ryder Cup.
Prof Brink was due to be formally installed by the Chancellor of the university, the Right Honourable Lord Chris Patten of Barnes, at a ceremony in the King's Hall.
POLICE are having to use DNA and dental records to formally identify the body of a young Midland woman found off the Isle of Wight.
Cardiff council has been urged to formally recognise the Armenian genocide of 1915 with a vote.
On May 13, the EU Council of Ministers formally approved the conciliation agreement concluded with the European Parliament in April on the proposal for a Directive on occurrence reporting in civil aviation.
"It is clear, as I noted in my encyclical Evangelium vitae (Gospel of life, 1995) that Christians, like all people of good will, are called upon under grave obligation of conscience not to cooperate formally in practices which, even if permitted by civil legislation, are contrary to God's law.
As Charles and Di formally separated, Anne and Mark formally divorced and Fergie and her bikini top were formally parted as millionaire baldy John Bryan looked on.
The law has two critical dates: It takes effect formally on Oct.
A 36-year-old woman has been formally warned by detectives after Manchester United star David Beckham complained that he was being harassed.