Examples of formerly in a Sentence
He was formerly a congressman.
the newspaper formerly known as “The Newsprint”
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Commissioners also approved a $32,200 contract with Shive-Hattery Architects, formerly Design Organization, to assess the space needs at the county's administration building and the courthouse.
Neighborhood Foundations, formerly known as the Newport Housing Authority, has built new homes and rehabbed old ones into affordable housing that low-income people can buy.
Over the past 15 years, Harford County has built a number of roundabouts at intersections formerly controlled by stop signs, as the one in Hickory was, as traffic volumes have increased on secondary roads, usually because of nearby development.
In their presentation, IDG and Foxconn put forth examples of potential investment targets, including Nio, the electric-car startup formerly known as NextEV that Bitauto founder William Li set up in 2014 to take on Tesla Inc.
Burns, 60, was most recently an associate head coach at Southern California and was formerly head coach at Ohio State and San Diego State.
On the day her jury trial was scheduled to begin in Lake Superior Court, Sonya Denise Johnson, 52, formerly of Gary, submitted a plea agreement in the death of Margaret Engle, 89, who was a patient at St. Anthony Home in 2014.
The oldest is a sporty-looking MiG-17PF (NATO code name: Fresco) formerly of the Polish Air Force.
The sprawling, mountainous city of Chongqing was formerly part of Sichuan province, and much like that of Chengdu (Chongqing’s more cosmopolitan neighbor), the local cuisine is known for a maniacal obsession with hot chiles.
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