Form

A horse
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Form

Form is the shape, visual appearance, constitution or configuration of an object. In a wider sense, the form is the way something is or happens, the answer to `how?`. When then considering the idea of global form, the sense of form reaches the one of Gestalt, as in Gestalt psychology. Form may also refer to the following: ==Mathematics== ==Biolo.....
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Form

Temporary structure erected to contain concrete during placing and initial hardening.
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form

The setting of all the crystal faces and the structure of a mineral.
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Form

- Temporary structure erected to contain concrete during placing and initial hardening.
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form

(from the article `aesthetics`) ...on Aesthetics`; Eng. trans., Aesthetics: Lectures on Fine Art), roughly as follows: Our sensuous appreciation of art concentrates upon the given ... Expression and representation form part of the content of a work of art. Nonetheless, it is not only content that is understood (or misunderstood) by...
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(from the article `olivine`) The magnesium-iron olivines occur most commonly as compact or granular masses. Except for the well-shaped phenocrysts (single crystals) of such ...
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Form

(Gr. eidos) The intelligible structure, characters constituting a substance or species of substances, as distinguished from the matter in which these characters are embodied; essence; formal cause. See Aristotelianism. -- G.RM. In Art: a. Opposite of content. The conclusive aspect of art, the surpassing of emotions, taste, matter, the final imprin....
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Form

(in Kant) That a priori element in experience in virtue of which the manifold of sense is synthcsized and unified into meaningful perceptions and judgments. Kant attributed the form of experience to mind and reason, the matter to sensuous intuition. See Kantianism. -- O.F.K. In Scholasticism. Accidental; That which comes to a subject already subst....
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Form

(See also habit) Form is the term for the set of faces produced by the symmetry of a crystal. Crystals of the same mineral can take different forms. For example, pyrite can produce both cubic and octahedral crystals. If the form totally encloses a space, for example, a cube, it is said to be closed. If not, for example a prism, it is said to be ope...
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form

[n] - (biology) a group of organisms within a species that differ in trivial ways from similar groups 2. [n] - an arrangement of the elements in a composition or discourse 3. [n] - a printed document with spaces in which to write 4. [n] - the phonological or orthographic sound or appearance of a word 5. [n] - a perceptual str...
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• (n.) A suffix used to denote in the form / shape of, resembling, etc.; as, valiform; oviform. • (v. i.) To take a form, definite shape, or arrangement; as, the infantry should form in column. • (n.) The seat or bed of a hare. • (n.) A long seat; a bench; hence, a rank of students in a school; a class; also, a class or rank in ...
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strain 1 var. noun (biology) a group of organisms within a species that differ in trivial ways from similar groups; `a new strain of microorganisms`
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word form noun the phonological or orthographic sound or appearance of a word that can be used to describe or identify something; `the inflected forms of a word can be represented by a stem and a list of inflections to be attached`
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(art) In art, a three-dimensional shape or object, and one of the formal art elements. The form of a subject can be recreated using contour lines, shading, cross-hatching, and highlights. If a drawing `lacks form`, it means that an image is flat and two-dimensional to loo...
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(literature) In literature, the structure and style of a text. The term can also refer to genre
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(music) The basic plan or temporal structure of a piece of music. The simplest forms are binary form, which consists of two sections often separated by a double bar (marking off a section), and simple ternary form, which consists of three sections – the first section, followed by a contra...
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Form

(Substantial) The principle or cause of a thing’s intelligibility. It is not to be confused with its common sense of shape. Nor ought one to think of form as something pre-existing, but rather, as a concept that is the determining cause or principle which confers the essence or whatness upon a substance. It determines matter to be this and...
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Form

[botany] In botanical nomenclature, a form (forma, plural formae) is one of the `secondary` taxonomic ranks, below that of variety, which in turn is below that of species; it is an infraspecific taxon. If more than three ranks are listed in describing a taxon, the `classification` is being specified, but only three parts make up the `name` ...
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Form

[computer virus] Form was a boot sector virus isolated in Switzerland in the summer of 1990 which became very common worldwide. The origin of Form is widely listed as Switzerland, but this may be an assumption based on its isolation locale. The only notable characteristics of Form are that it infects the boot sector instead of the Master Bo...
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Form

[document] A form is a document with spaces (also named fields or placeholders) in which to write or select, for a series of documents with similar contents. The documents usually have the printed parts in common, possibly except for a serial number. Advantages of forms include the following: A form on a computer allows for conveniently typ...
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Form

[education] A form is a class or grouping of students in a school. The term is used predominantly in the United Kingdom, although some schools, mostly private, in other countries also use the title. Pupils are usually grouped in forms according to age and will remain with the same group for a number of years, or sometimes their entire schoo...
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Form

[exercise] Form is a specific way of performing a movement, often a strength training exercise, to avoid injury, prevent cheating and increase strength. ==`Proper form`== Exercises or drills in sport have a recognized way of performing the movements that have two purposes: ===Avoiding injury=== By using proper or `good` form, the risk of in...
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Form

[horse racing] ---- In horse racing, the form of a horse is a record of significant events, mainly its performance in previous races. The form may identify the horse`s sire, dam and wider pedigree. It is used by tipsters and punters as an aid in the prediction of its performance in future races. A typical way of showing a horse`s form, as p...
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Form

[HTML] A webform, web form or HTML form on a web page allows a user to enter data that is sent to a server for processing. Forms can resemble paper or database forms because web users fill out the forms using checkboxes, radio buttons, or text fields. For example, forms can be used to enter shipping or credit card data to order a product, o...
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