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  • n. Plural form of formulation.

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Examples

  • You can guff all you like about the Platonic ideal of going from one visa to another to the I-485 to the N-400 to the oath — your combination of snotty condescension and Aspergian fixatedness on your own formulations is really unbecoming — but the course of immigration bureaucracy rarely runs as smoothly as your abstract and verbose pontificating suggests.

    Matthew Yglesias » Veronique de Rugy is So Anti-American That She’s Not Even an American!

  • While Biocon currently sells Recombinant Human Insulin formulations in 23 countries, Glargine is sold only in India.

    Pfizer, Biocon in Insulin Licensing Deal

  • Big pharma will try to supress this under the argument that it isn't a pharmaceutical that treats or cures, yet DMSO is SO readily used in formulations in today's drugs.

    Suzanne Somers Back on Larry King Live

  • Strictly speaking, only the last of the following formulations is correct: non profit making organization non-profit making organization non profit-making organization non-profit-making organization

    August « 2008 « Sentence first

  • 2 One of the most suggestive formulations is Elizabeth Fay's: "If William's picturesque belongs to the valley and bower, the sacred grove is where he situates the meeting of the picturesque and the beautiful with the sublime, a meeting that transmutes the feminine into the transcendent and brings the masculine sublimity of mountains home to pasture" (184). close window

    Notes

  • The Bhartya Janata Party, to which the author belonged as member for three decades, called his formulations ‘hearsay’ that went against the core ideology of the party and expelled Singh from its primary membership.

    Indian politics: Jaswant Singh saga would haunt for long

  • There are several "flavors," available in bulk, which increase in potency, longevity, and cost as you upgrade to newer formulations.

    The New Yorker on the underground world of “neuroenhancing” drugs. - Boing Boing

  • Satish explains that the move to capture the biogenerics space is similar to what the company did in the early 1990s to capture the formulations space.

    Dr. Reddy's Rejuvenation

  • But one can understand why even these vague formulations might upset bankers: in practice, banks could have to publish statistics they would rather keep to themselves.

    The financial policy committee isn't perfect. But at least it's already upsetting the bankers

  • It's not about abstract doctrinal formulations or moral principles, it's about us connecting with what Hans Urs von Balthasar famously called God's theo-drama, God's story.

    Derek Flood: What The Church Can Learn From Artists

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