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EN[fɔːmd] [fɔɹmd] [-ɔː(ɹ)m]
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形成されました, 形成

    Examples of formed in a Sentence

  • 例文 form
    1. "Project MONARCH could be best described as a form of structured dissociation and occultic integration, carried out in order to compartmentalize the mind into multiple personalities within a systematic framework." —Ron Patton
    2. But Osterman is not merely a documenter, preserving the lost art form of the radio drama.
    3. In generic form, it costs one-eighth as much as efavirenz, the most closely related drug.
    4. In doing so, they suggest a way forward for a city in which preservation is all too often a form of embalmment.
    5. The streets around Union Square form a Protestant enclave within an otherwise Catholic neighbourhood.
  • 例文 forms
    1. The main forms of oat are meal and bran.
    2. Not to bear cold forms, nor men's outterms. — Ben Jonson.
    3. The blood branches out into the tissue and forms little points and patterns of discoloration,” said Dr. Luis Navarro, a phlebologist (vein specialist) and the medical director of the Vein Treatment Center in Manhattan, who treated Ms. Homa.
    4. Germ plasm and idioplasm are forms of plasmogen.
    5. Different nations have different forms of polities, from provinces and states to territories and municipalities.
    6. The unifying thread is a kind of magpie postminimalism, which invigorates familiar abstract strategiesgrids, serial repetition, reductive formsusing materials scavenged from everyday life.
    7. Quantum computing has the potential to break many previously unbreakable forms of encryption.
    8. On the scales below, circle the one ( + ) or (-) number which best represents your situation on both the belief and practice dimensions for each of the traditional and nontraditional forms of religioning.
    9. Sometimes, such competition is perfectly legal. In other instances, rent seeking takes other forms, such as bribery, corruption, smuggling, and black markets
    10. A selbri together with its associated sumti (if any) forms a bridi. A selbri without any sumti is called an observative bridi.
  • 例文 formed
    1. A dense meshwork structure is formed.
    2. This is believed to be the completeſt liſt of this voluminous, proſaick, and driveling monk, that can be formed, without acceſs, at leaſt, to every manuſcript library in the kingdom, which would be very difficult, if not imposſible, to obtain.
    3. The Washington Monument is often described as an obelisk, and sometimes even as a “true obelisk,” even though it is not. A true obelisk is a monolith, a pylon formed out of a single piece of stone.
    4. Those two are incessantly flattering one another. They've formed an utterly nauseating mutual admiration society!
    5. The horizontal neatlines were formed by lines of latitude.
    6. Number fields are typically formed by adjoining algebraic integers to the field of rational numbers.
    7. In response to the crisis, the nations in the region formed an organization.   If you want to be part of this organization, you have to follow its rules. ‎
    8. In particular, paleofields as high as 300 μT have been reported from the Allende meteorite that formed more than 4.5 x109 years ago
    9. The active periphrastic conjugation in Latin is formed by using the future active participle and the appropriate form of esse.
    10. When ridges occur along both longitudinal and transverse joints, outlining the insulation boards, the pattern formed is known as "picture framing"
  • 例文 forming
    1. Two canopy-forming trees, Tuckeroo (Cupaniopsis anacardioides), and Coast Banksia (Banksia integrifolia var. integrifolia), are typical of these latter rainforests.
    2. 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.
    3. He hesitated whether to accept the offer or not; men often hesitate in forming a judgment.
    4. The more the backstay is tightened, the less the headstay will sag off to leeward, forming a rigid and more efficient arc along the luff of the genoa while beating to weather.
    5. In Martha Nussbaum's terms, Luke attempts to “unwrite” the culture-forming stories of paganism by offering a different narrative that construes the entirety of reality in light of the God of Israel's act in Jesus.
    6. In the wintertime, heavy truck tires dig into the road, forming potholes. ‎
    7. This year that show featured a story about a patient with fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva, a disorder in which damaged muscles and connective tissue turn to bone, forming, essentially, a second skeleton.
    8. This effect, combined with variation of effective false positive rate of the cluster-forming threshold over permutations, could explain this slight anticonservativeness.
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