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formulation

[‚fȯr·myə′lā·shən]
(chemistry)
The particular mixture of base chemicals and additives required for a product.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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'I want to propose to the state government to create an enactment in line with Article 11 (4) of the Federal Constitution which empowers the state government or federal government to formulate laws to control and curb non-Muslim religions from spreading their teachings or beliefs to Muslims,' he said here yesterday.
Islamabad [Pakistan], October 25 ( ANI ): Pakistan Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal has announced plans to formulate a framework to monitor the social media.
There are so many ingredients available from which to formulate them, he says, that it is possible to create unique compounds to serve as adhesives, coatings, encapsulants, sealants and a host of other applications.
Pharmacists and pharmaceutical technicians from Europe and East Asia describe some of the computational tools now being brought online in the effort to formulate drugs.
Formulate 10' & 20'wide backwalls combine pillowcase fabric graphics with lightweight aluminum tube frames to form fashionable and functional exhibits.
Bomar [TM] oligomers are used to formulate adhesives, inks, coatings, and a number of other products.
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.
In each region, the regional chief executive will drive efforts to efficiently utilize the management resources of the entire Hitachi Group and formulate as well as execute strategies carefully tailored to each region.
They formulate theories and then act to prove or disprove them.
This migration from IT has been further facilitated by the design of some Business Rules Management Systems (BRMSs), such as ILOG's JRules, that enable analysts to formulate their own vernacular by which they can articulate the rules in familiar terms.
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?