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formation

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  • n  an arrangement of people or things acting as a unit
    a defensive formation
    a formation of planes
  • n  the act of fabricating something in a particular shape
  • n  the act of forming or establishing something
  • n  (geology) the geological features of the earth
  • n  a particular spatial arrangement
  • n  natural process that causes something to form
    the formation of gas in the intestine
    the formation of crystals
    the formation of pseudopods
  • n  creation by mental activity
    the formation of sentences
    the formation of memories

  • More than any flying man in World War II, 49-year-old Claire Chennault, leathery student of the split-second formation attack, has proved that fighting quality can triumph over .
  • Stretched so that they cover as much as nine times their original area, the dressings help prevent the formation of scar tissue and hasten the growth of new skin.
  • They release a hormone called osteocalcin that not only acts locally to influence bone formation, but also increases the production of insulin in the pancreas, raises the body's .
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  • Hu Jintao in BBC News
    China will continue to steadily advance the reform of the formation of the renminbi exchange rate mechanism under the principle of independent decision-making controllability and gradual progress,Mr Hu said.
  • Eric Cantor in New York Observer
    The New York Times on Wednesday quoted Mr. Cantor as saying that "this legislation is a clear attack on capital formation in America."
  • Phil Jackson in AFP
    I guess it's going to be another decade that people look back and see the formation of this rivalry again,Jackson said at the Lakers practice Wednesday. "The '90s was missed and the '70s was missed, but the '60s and the '80s were big...

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