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formulate

(fôr′myə-lāt′)
tr.v. formu·lated, formu·lating, formu·lates
To prepare according to a specified formula.

for′mu·la′tion n.
for′mu·la′tor n.

formulate

(for′myŭ-lāt″)
1. To construct or prepare a recipe or formula.
2. In pharmacology, to make a medication according to a recipe or formula.
formulation (for″myŭ-lā′shŏn)
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CPC is also authorized to formulate FEI position statements on matters affecting private and closely held companies and to communicate those positions to appropriate sources, internally and externally.
It is clear to us that traditional Islamic disciplines such as epistemology, metaphysics, theology, cosmology, and psychology have an very important role to play in any intellectual project to formulate conceptual relationships between science and Islam.
So it was time for LaFrance to formulate a hypothesis--an educated guess about what the answer to her question might be.
Hoskins spent $3,500 to have a food chemist formulate her product.
In the digital library environment, it is important for students to actively seek to formulate a focused perspective that will guide their choices of what is pertinent and useful to them from the vast resources that may be generally relevant to the overall problem.
It needs a new structure to formulate a bottoms-up economic game plan and to find some institution to play quarterback--the role played by MITI in Japan and by the universal banks in Germany.
In line with this medium-term scenario, Chemeq has collaborated with Sydney-based Technical Consultancy Services Pty Ltd to formulate both a sunscreen and an after-swimming emollient.
Although the electoral successes of the Democrats and Labourites in the 1990s is largely attributable to popular disillusionment with right wing politics, efforts to formulate an ideological alternative continues apace.
Given the brevity of this review, two examples will have to serve to illustrate Wallace's many original and convincing expositions of the politics of texts and his use of Italian material to formulate English problems.
They are, again, and in this same sense, signs of the certain absence of models in Latin America, and particularly in Brazilian culture, whose Modernity is still a work in progress, endemically in crisis, for which the culture has never been able to formulate a practicable paradigm.
He said that opposition only wanted to formulate Terms of Reference (ToRs) on Panama Papers for a person specific.
* Once upon a time, it was the job of others to formulate business plans and bring them to you for review.