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fawrmyuhlay tuhd

  • v  elaborate, as of theories and hypotheses
  • v  come up with (an idea, plan, explanation, theory, or principle) after a mental effort
  • v  put into words or an expression
    He formulated his concerns to the board of trustees
  • v  prepare according to a formula
  • s  devised; developed according to an orderly plan
    he had well formulated opinions on schooling

  • He returned to Tokyo in the late 1960s and marked his first big success with a specially formulated cleansing oil, inculcating to generations of women that oil, which preserves .
  • But the former mayor of Tehran and Revolutionary Guards commander has formulated a message that the majority of Iranians agree with: it's time for Iran to be strong again, and no .
  • Kadivar has also formulated a theory on why terrorism is forbidden in Islaman indirect reproach to an Iranian regime that is widely accused of backing terrorist groups.
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  • Paul Stoffels in Reuters
    With respect to those who formulated those legal decisions, I would say that that is going to be more of a decision for the attorney general within the perimeters of various laws. I don't want to prejudge that. I think that there are a host of very... Barack Obama AFP Apr 21, 2009 39287 50534 formulated Despite significant advances in prevention and treatment, influenza remains a major health threat, and each year, vaccines must be formulated to address the current influenza strain," said Paul Stoffels, Global Head, Pharmaceuticals Research...
  • Tony Dungy in USA Today
    They really helped formulate my philosophy on the field and my parents and my pastors and some of the teachers I had in junior high and high school really formulated the way I think off the field,Dungy said. "People look at me and see a...

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