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formulation

[‚fȯr·myə′lā·shən]
(chemistry)
The particular mixture of base chemicals and additives required for a product.
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Formulate conference rooms and walls are lightweight, stylish solutions to your meeting space and display needs.
The Islamabad High Court recently declared the non-refund policy of all educational institutions as illegal and directed HEC to formulate a policy to safeguard the students' interests.
OptiMiser software from Advanced Blending Technologies LLC (ABT) in Perrysburg, Ohio, was launched in 2004 and now has close to a dozen customers who license it to formulate consistent recycled-content materials for captive use in injection and blow molding and sheet or profile extrusion.
CBF was established in 1966 to study and formulate opinions on existing and proposed legislation affecting employee benefits.
This paper has been written in response to a specific question which has two facets: What is the best way to formulate the relationship between Islam and science?
To prevent this, KGB officials formulate a plan to kill him.
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.
It includes the strategic planning process (pre-planning, organizing responsibilities for planning, and confirming the planning timeline) and constructing the plan (establish the guidance system, compose strategic policies, perform critical analysis, revisit mission and planning policies, compose planning assumptions, formulate long range goals, formulate objectives, formulate strategies, and formulate action plans).
They formulate the overall direction and underlying principles to be developed during the learning experience.
Fukushima, who once worked for a defense contractor, said he hoped to formulate policies that would help prepare small companies in his community for further cutbacks in defense spending.
According to Lodge, to be successful, countries and industries, as well as individual business firms, must formulate and carry out the resulting strategies; business and government must work together.