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 n. Plural form of formula.
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Such formulas as HOH and HOOH are known as _structural formulas_, because they are intended to show what is known in regard to the arrangement of the atoms in the molecules.

Population totals are also used in formulas that allocate federal funds to states and localities.
Why the Census Is Stuck With Snail Mail « Steve Wildstrom on Tech

The assumption has been that highfructose corn syrup comes in formulas containing either a 42 or 55 percentage of fructose, while sucrose (such as brown sugar, granulated sugar, powered sugar, and raw sugar) has a similar composition of roughly half fructose and half glucose.
Soda drinkers beware: You may be consuming more fructose than you thought

Certain formulas only click until us kids outgrow them.

Takahashi's artistic skill is marginal; she tends to overuse certain formulas; her work features frequent low humor and fanservice; yet for all that, or because of it, Rumiko Takahashi has an almost freakish ability to convey powerful emotion.

I hope his recent statement I saw yesterday about him mixing up the formulas is something that he has an earnest idea towards.

It must be diagnosed quickly, because breastfeeding or formula feeding with cow's milkbased formulas is deadly.

The SHS/Nutricia portfolio of hypoallergenic infant formulas is the only range of products that fully covers all degrees of CMA severity (i.e. mild to moderate and severe).

Your comment about the positive side of formulas is spoton.

Brin's point that we need to demand more from our SF than Campbellian tropes playing out hero/prophecy formulas is deadon.
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