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formulate

/for·mu·late/ (for´mu-lāt)
1. to state in the form of a formula.
2. to prepare in accordance with a prescribed or specified method.

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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Effective this month, Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) is offering its customers hydraulic fluid formulated with DYNAVIS technology.
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The required premises need to be formulated on the combined basis of empirical and rational knowledge.
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Over 5,000 owners and managers attended a 1980 conference at which 60 recommendations for congressional and executive branch action were formulated.
According to a company statement, it is formulated to help maintain healthy connective tissue, support joint function and promote mobility.
Dymax adhesives formulated with new Encompass technology incorporate the company's See-Cure color-change and Ultra-Red fluorescing technologies into one light-curable product.
The active compound absorption by skin is generally calculated in the presence of formulated adjuvants, but this is clearly a short-term study and not sufficient to detect, for example, endocrine disruption or carcinogenesis, possibly promoted in vivo by the described synergy.
High-solids coatings can now be formulated with particularly fast drying properties.
is formulated for improved heat stability and particle coalescence.