Example sentences for "formula"

formis; formless; formlessness; formost; forms; formulae; formularies; formulary; formulas; formulate

- A glance at the structural
**formula**of esculin and taurine is sufficient to emphasize the diverse nature of these two substances. - Fight for right--an atavistic
**formula**of the primitive creeds. - It was there that the dangerous
**formula**was pointed out: "Beyond good and evil. - So here was the cream of the "literary world"; and Thyrsis, as he watched and listened to it, was working out the
**formula**of magazine success. - Genius surrounded by Commercialism", had been the
**formula**of his play; and did not the**formula**describe his own position as well as Lloyd's? - It would save the men who came after him; and to save the men who came after him had now become the
**formula**of his life. - Sexual intercourse as a habit--this was the
**formula**by which he summed it up to himself. - Had any one written a poem on the
**formula**coming from the lips of those for whom others had died? - He wasn't living by a
**formula**of freedom," she reflected. - Identical in so many ways, the cafeterias that extend an industrial model in a post-industrial context feed millions of people based on a
**formula**of standardization. - The Chinese
**formula**(cho-jo-no-jo) results from a practical experience encoded not only in language but also in the system of ranking. - Walter Benjamin captured some of these changes in the
**formula**of "art in the age of its mechanical reproduction. - The
**formula**deserves closer examination because it defines another characteristic of the context for understanding the relative illiteracy of our times. - A super-cook defines what is appropriate, and the efficient
**formula**turns our kitchens into private processing plants ensuring the most efficient result. - Not one among them had possessed the genius to master an acceptable decoction of the berry, the bald simplicity of the correct
**formula**being doubtless incredible to them. - I at length devised a conventional
**formula**of praise which, although feeling a frightful fool, I delivered each time thereafter. - If the molecules are things which are compressible, another
**formula**for b is found, which is different according to the number of atoms in the molecule (Proc. - If we take p3 so low that the law of Boyle-Gay Lussac may be applied, we can calculate v3/vc by means of the
**formula**p3. - In spite of this very limited reception the
**Formula**Concordiae has always been reckoned with the five other documents as of confessional authority. - The Book of Torgau was evolved, circulated and criticized; a new committee, prominent on which was Martin Chemnitz, sitting at Bergen near Magdeburg, considered the criticisms and finally drew up the
**Formula**Concordiae. - It would follow from the law of corresponding states that in this
**formula**the value of [int] is the same for all substances, the molecules of which do not associate to form larger molecule-complexes. - The quantity of heat given out when two molecules fall together may be calculated for NO2 and acetic acid from the
**formula**of Gibbs for the density of vapour, and it proves to be very considerable. - The latter
**formula**supposes the molecules to be rigid spheres of invariable size. - It wanted at least the
**formula**of "Senatus populusque Romanus. - This
**formula**was called in Greek symbolos; and in Latin collatio. - Even the certainty of the mathematical formula depends on our confidence in the sanity of our own mental processes.
- If he had been greater still, he might have said something like this: "I freely acknowledge that a mathematical
**formula**can not satisfy all the cases that we discuss. - In works on celestial mechanics a single
**formula**may fill a whole chapter. - You will notice that I have inserted in this
**formula**one item of information that pertains to use, not location. - The Patriarch opened the meeting either by introducing some subject of discussion from the Laws, or by inviting the members to speak by the
**formula**"Ask. - To counteract this, the Synhedrion enacted that the name of God should be used as in ancient times, and that this name should be introduced even into the
**formula**of greeting. - He resorted to a
**formula**that was later amplified into the most potent argument of Socialism by Marx. - In the third place, Marx gave a
**formula**to the Socialist movement. - This was roughly the
**formula**that the radical Hegelians blocked out for themselves when they split from the orthodox conservatives in the '30's. - It is necessary to distinguish between a
**formula**and the reality. - There is no single method of seeing, no one
**formula**of expression and handling. - The current
**formula**for art, that art is the utterance of man's joy in his work, is not quite accurate. - There can be then no single
**formula**for technical method nor any fixed and final standard of judgment. - Moreover, the effect that gauges the efficiency of a worker is the value of what he creates; and this value is measured by the
**formula**that we have attained. - After a most lengthy disputation, each party presented its
**formula**for the convocation of the bishop to the diets and sittings. - The
**formula**of exorcism was received with derision. - And the terrible and tragic
**formula**of the inner, spiritual life is either to obtain the most happiness with the least love, or the most love with the least happiness. - No such
**formula**of cursing seems to have been found in Semitic sources. - There lies the root error of the customary modern
**formula**for explaining the origin of the Pauline theology. - Euclid stated a
**formula**which gives all the even perfect numbers, but no one has ever succeeded in proving either the existence or the non-existence of an odd perfect number. - Cementite is a definite compound of iron and carbon represented by the
**formula**Fe<3 subscript>C. - The amiable practise of mutual back-patting has always existed; the honest zealots of literature have always tried to define a
**formula**for exclusive literary salvation; and those who stood outside the ring have always fumed and protested. - IV On the eve of the 1918 election the prime minister expressed his political ideal in the
**formula**that England had to be made a home fit for heroes. - In a thousand hours of meditation or wrangling the boys of that generation hammered out each his own
**formula**of political change. - When a question threatened to become involved he proposed a
**formula**which met the case and always secured consent. - But as this
**formula**is universal in its operation, affecting candidates who are to receive it and lodges which are to enforce it in all places, it must have been derived from some universal authority. - He has to submit to a prescribed
**formula**of application and entrance, long before he becomes a member of the Order. - Such is the
**formula**prescribed by the Constitutions of England as well as all the Monitors in this country. - The
**formula**sahobhau karatam dharmam is uttered in the fourth or Prâgâpatya form of marriage. - All were learners; all were men of peace; all had a firm hold on the plain, old, simple virtues which can not be waived when you make up your
**formula**for a man. - We treat the
**formula**"Every thing is incomprehensible" in 200 the same way. - The
**formula**"Not more this than this" expresses our own condition of mind, and signifies that 190 because of the equality of the things that are opposed to each other we finally attain to a state of equilibrium of soul. - The
**Formula**"To place an equal Statement in opposition to every Statement. - This must be understood, however, that we use the
**formula**"Nothing more" without affirming in regard to it that it is wholly sure and true, but we present it as it appears to us. - The goddess Carmenta, who was supposed to watch over childbirth, derived her name from carmen, the magic
**formula**which was used to aid the delivery. - The Atarva-Veda retains the old
**formula**of imprecation against disease, and the Zendavesta divides physicians into three classes, those which cure with the knife, with herbs, and with magic formulas.

The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "formula" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.

act; argument; axiom; bill; canon; ceremonial; ceremony; code; commandment; composition; convention; criterion; decree; dictate; dictum; duty; edict; element; enactment; equation; form; formality; formula; formulary; function; imperative; index; institution; jus; law; legislation; lex; liturgy; maxim; measure; moral; mystery; norm; observance; office; ordinance; plan; postulate; practice; prescript; prescription; principle; proposition; receipt; recipe; regulation; rite; ritual; routine; rubric; rule; ruling; sacramental; service; solemnity; spell; standard; statute; tenet; theorem; truism; truth