formation

  1. an arrangement of people or things acting as a unit
  2. a particular arrangement
  3. the fabrication of something in a particular shape
  4. the act of forming something
  5. the geological features of the earth
  6. natural process that causes something to form
  7. creation by mental activity

formation

a unit of rock;

Formation

A rock / mineral deposit or structure covering an area with the same physical properties. The formation will be of homogeneous origin and appearance.

Formation

a group of communities in a single region or continent with similar physiognomy (structure) and related climatic and environmental conditions. One of several regional or continental expressions of a given biome.
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Formation

1) A freefall skydiving formation of more than one jumper. 2) A flight of more than one jump plane
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Formation

A formation is a group of beds used in stratigraphy. This is the smallest unit on a geological map. Formations are grouped together into a group. See also Member.
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formation

[n] - natural process that causes something to form 2. [n] - an arrangement of people or things acting as a unit 3. [n] - a particular spatial arrangement 4. [n] - creation by mental activity 5. [n] - the fabrication of something in a particular shape
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formation

shaping noun the fabrication of something in a particular shape
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formation

noun a particular spatial arrangement
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formation

noun an arrangement of people or things acting as a unit; `a defensive formation`; `a formation of planes`
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formation

(for-ma┬┤shәn) the process of giving shape or form; the creation of an entity or of a structure of definite shape. a structure of definite shape. compromise formation in psychoanalysis a substituted idea or act representing and permitting partial expression of a repress...
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formation

the arrangement of players on a team prior to the ostensible beginning of a play.
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formation

Type: Term Pronunciation: fōr-mā′shŭn Definitions: 1. A formation; a structure of definite shape or cellular arrangement. 2. That which is formed. 3. The act of giving form and shape. Synonyms: formatio1
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Formation

A body of rock identified by lithic characteristics and stratigraphic position and is mappable at the earth's surface or traceable in the subsurface.
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Formation

the common local rock in which an orebody is found. Several formations in a region make a system of rocks.
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Formation

how the players in a team are positioned on the pitch.[105]
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Formation

how the players in a team are positioned on the pitch.[106]
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Formation

A distinctive body of rock that serves as a convenient unit for study and mapping.
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Formation

An arrangement of the offensive skill players. A formation usually is described in terms of how the
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Formation

A reaction that forms one mole of a compound from its elements in their most stable forms. For examp
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Formation

The basic unit for the naming of rocks in stratigraphy
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Formation

A rock/mineral deposit or structure covering an area with the same physical properties.
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