Sources: CC-CEDICT; Law Dictionary; 英汉公共大词典
This implies a fun and relaxed working atmosphere where team achievement is highly valued, communication is extremely important and traditional 3-hour meetings have been replaced by informal chats in the queue for coffee.
As an informal norm, the access into the judicial course of the folk law is inevitable.
This approach uses UML very informally and in an ad hoc way, primarily in early analysis and design.
It is a governance decision to determine which artifacts require formal lifecycle process modeling and governance, and which ones will be subject to informal or "ad hoc" management.
Given the length of the tool's official name, we informally call it ADIEU, the French word for goodbye, in keeping with our goal to say "goodbye to complexity" for users.
“This informal lending was aggravated by the credit tightening that made borrowing from the official banking system more difficult, ” said Wang Tao, a UBS economist based in Hong Kong.
What it means to publish an electronic text in view of the ease of duplication and dissemination and the informality typical of the process, is not at all clear.
The Washington Nationals recently conducted their own informal opinion poll when they asked President Bush to throw out the first pitch at the first game in their new ballpark. Here was the result
Many markets are 20% or more below their highs, the informal definition of a bear market.
There are three main types of conflicts -conflicts between formal organization and informal organization, beeb'ne and brainman, members in committee.