form Examples

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    Examples of form in a Sentence

  • Examples of form
    1. Her without-door form. — Shakespeare.
    2. Another form of this kind of scepticism is as follows. Logic is apriori, but inductive "logic" is not, so it is not really logic.
    3. Assuredly a Dudley Sowerby would be immensely startled to find his bride a young woman more than babily aware of the existence of one particular form of naughtiness on earth.
    4. [274] Hence the Western Islanders of Torres Straits form a transition both geographically and ethnographically between the aborigines of Australia on the one side and the aborigines of New Guinea on the other side.
    5. The application form was excessively complicated.
    6. a haplologically shortened form
    7. Intolerance is a form of egotism, and to condemn egotism intolerantly is to share it. George Santayana
  • Examples of forms
    1. The desert storm was riding in its strength; the travellers lay beneath the mastery of the fell simoom. [ …] Roaring, leaping, pouncing, the tempest raged about the wanderers, drowning and blotting out their forms with sandy spume.
    2. An agender noun includes both the masculine and feminine forms.
    3. Although there are dozens of different types of gems, among the best known and most important are diamond, ruby and sapphire, emerald and other gem forms of the mineral beryl, chrysoberyl, tanzanite, tsavorite, topaz and jade.
    4. "Whether the chichi gender theorists like it or not, sexual duality is a law of nature among all highly evolved life forms." --Camille Paglia
    5. The lateral contributions are by the lateral cartilages, namely, the orbitosphenoid, which forms lesser wing of sphenoid, anterior clinoids, and planum sphenoidale, the alisphenoid that forms the greater wing of sphenoid and the medial pterygoid plate.
    6. "Big" is a comparable adjective, since it can take the forms "bigger" and "biggest"; but "unique" is not comparable, except in disputed, but common, usage. ‎
    7. Her eight recent paintings, all made with enamel on shaped aluminum panels (and untitled, like the one at left), exhibit combinations of geometric forms and saturated colors —— a toothpaste green and a crocuslike violet, a warm gray and a wan chartreuse.
  • Examples of formed
    1. The wagon train formed a corral to protect against Commanche attacks.
    2. Accordingly, the hundred senators divided the government among themselves, ten decuries being formed, and the individual members who were to have the chief direction of affairs being chosen into each decury.
    3. From the foothills below, Jean, Jan, and James were mere flyspecks, easily lost among the straggly pines that formed the treeline.
    4. The Frobenius number of 2 and 5 is 3, since 3 cannot be formed as a sum of twos and fives while every larger integer can.
    5. From a vault in the green-blue ice, more or less perfectly formed each summer, the torrent issues, which represents the natural drainage of the valley, derived partly from land-springs, partly from fusion of the ice.
    6. By his spirit he hath garnished the heavens; his hand hath formed the crooked serpent. (Job 26:13, KJV)
    7. Even with 2 per cent. hydrochloric acid a certain amount of hæmatoporphyrin is formed, and if the strength of the acid be increased to 15 per cent. the whole of the iron is split off and the hæmochromogen is converted entirely into hæmatoporphyrin.
    8. That evening, many hundreds of men gathered on the streets and on a grandstand to sing for the groom, who with other young Jewish men formed a circle and held hands to dance the horah.
    9. Yet, what is being presupposed is not some pre-formed or innate quantity of relevant information in the head of the informee, but just the presence in a of some relevance-detecting capacity, implicit in the description of a as a rational agent.
  • Examples of forming
    1. Reduction in metal-oxide thin films has been suggested as the key mechanism responsible for forming conductive nanofilaments within solid-state memory devices, enabling their resistive switching capacity.
    2. a neck forming the journal of a shaft
    3. A short flight of iron steps leads up to it and a storm door is built over the stoop, forming a little vestibule, and serving to keep out the gusts.
    4. Again Abdullah listened intently, his eyes closed, his ten fingers forming a temple of his hands in front of him.
    5. A toggle joint, which used a lever system to multiply power, replaced the screw mechanism for forcing down the impression-forming platen.
    6. Two canopy-forming trees, Tuckeroo (Cupaniopsis anacardioides), and Coast Banksia (Banksia integrifolia var. integrifolia), are typical of these latter rainforests.
    7. Comma-separated elements preceding the turnstile should be interpreted as forming a conjunction, whereas comma-separated elements following the turnstile should be interpreted as forming a disjunction.
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