- n. Plural form of formation.
“However the short term formations in the A/D lines make the A/D ratios early in the week very important.”
“Well into the night, we marched, ran, turned in formations, through smoke and wet concrete floors (they look great on camera!) in too tight jackets and slippery boots, but we did it.”
“Have you looked at a geological chart of the bedrock and mountain formations of the drainage system, and one of the water tables in the area?”
“They are scientifically referred to as orographic formations from the Greek "oros," meaning "mountain.”
“The Colonialists did fight in formations, with chains of command (albeit in a haphazard manner at times), they did mostly carry their arms openly, and did otherwise primarily obey the current laws of war.”
“Bates said he's excited to have quarterback Matt Hasselbeck already on the team, and that the change to Denver's West Coast system should help because of the familiarity in terms of the way he calls formations, which is similar to Mike Holmgren's system.”
“Mohindar: Yes, across the board if you look at the medium-term formations, they look pretty interesting.”
“The short term formations remain bullish and first support is found at 1,2930-40, followed by”
“The formations were the strangest I'd ever experienced.”
“There were wire fences, gun towers, constant cold, no water, and roll-call formations constantly.”
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