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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of formulate.
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- adj. reduced to a systematic form; reduced to a formula.
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- adj. devised; developed according to an orderly plan
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The hype that was created around the possibility of an ‘environment global deal’ being formulated from the conference always seemed to be overrated.
Intelligent Design properly formulated is a theory of information.
For example, Einstein's Relativity Theory got support from the fact that it correctly implied the precession of the perihelion of Mercury, though that information was known long before Einstein formulated the theory.
LAUNCH CONTROL CENTER (LCC) (below ground living quarters) Two story 3ft. thick epoxy resin formulated concrete reinforced walls with stainless steel mesh.
I learnt concretely from his translation of Rabelais what Mikhail Bakhtin formulated as 'the image system of grotesque realism or the culture of popular laughter'; the importance of material and physical principles; the correspondence between the cosmic, social and physical elements; the overlapping of death and passions for rebirth; and the laughter that subverts hierarchical relationships.
The ration formulas that the nutritionist at the local co-op formulated is wrong, and is basically starving the animals to death.
And here, as the name formulated itself, that little sprite of Brahms, that intermezzo, once more leapt to my side out of the parched fields.
They were nearly identical with the terms formulated in the British ultimatum, which Napoleon had rejected.
Virtual Politics: Faking Democracy in the Post-Soviet World (Yale University Press, 2005) [iii] See Andreas Umland, "Elektoral'nyi avtorytaryzm postsovets'koï demokratiï [- a self-contradictory title formulated by the editors of the journal]," Krytyka, no.
He, the world's only remaining heavyweight, refuses to define his terms, or perhaps he doesn't comprehend the terms formulated by his neoconservative Zionist and fundamentalist Christian operators.
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