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“However, the term forma was also used in this meaning.”
“O cada de baie in forma de pantof … sau mai bine un duş?”
“Pro forma" is Latin for "a formality," and in Senate parlance, "pro forma sessions" are a way the Senate can legally meet without really doing anything.”
“Pro forma is now a synonym for “we’re making up the numbers”.”
“Mary, — haec alias forma praecesserit omnes,  according to that prediction of”
“During that same interval the Body of Christ had a transitory form, called forma cadaverica (Zigliara, P. 16, 17, IV).”
“The "species", frequently also called forma, is the determinant of the mind in the process of knowledge.”
“Forsey is said of forma, that is the rule of vertu to others by example.”
“For whether you please to call the forma informans of man by the name of spiritus, animus, afflatus, or anima, what are all these but several appellations for wind, which is the ruling element in every compound, and into which they all resolve upon their corruption.”
“Among the concerns listed by Crocket was the OEM conversion rate of 47. 0\% pro forma, which is 3.7 points below where the company has been.”
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