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  • form of expression — way of expressing oneself verbally, manner of speaking, idiom …   English contemporary dictionary

  • form of address — ˌform of adˈdress noun forms of address PLURALFORM [countable] a word or expression used as the correct polite way of speaking or writing to someone. For example, Sir , Dear Madam , and Messrs are forms of address: • He was careful always to use… …   Financial and business terms

  • form of the statute — This expression means the words, language, or frame of a statute, and hence the inhibition or command which it may contain; used in the phrase (in criminal pleading) against the form of the statute in that case made and provided. Forms of action …   Black's law dictionary

  • form of the statute — This expression means the words, language, or frame of a statute, and hence the inhibition or command which it may contain; used in the phrase (in criminal pleading) against the form of the statute in that case made and provided. Forms of action …   Black's law dictionary

  • Extraordinary form of the Roman Rite — Ite missa est sung by the deacon at a Solemn Mass. An extraordinary form of the Roman Rite is a phrase used in Pope Benedict XVI s motu proprio Summorum Pontificum to describe the liturgy of the 1962 Roman Missal, widely referred to as the… …   Wikipedia

  • against the form of the statute — A technical expression, the use of which is to be approved, if not declared a necessity, in an indictment founded on a statute which creates the offense charged. 27 Am J1st Indict § 39 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Expression — Ex*pres sion ([e^]ks*pr[e^]sh [u^]n), n. [L. expressio: cf. F. expression.] 1. The act of expressing; the act of forcing out by pressure; as, the expression of juices or oils; also, of extorting or eliciting; as, a forcible expression of truth.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Form follows function — is a principle associated with modern architecture and industrial design in the 20th century. The principle is that the shape of a building or object should be primarily based upon its intended function or purpose. Wainwright Building by Louis… …   Wikipedia

  • Form — (f[=o]rm; in senses 8 & 9, often f[=o]rm in England), n. [OE. & F. forme, fr. L. forma; cf. Skr. dhariman. Cf. {Firm}.] 1. The shape and structure of anything, as distinguished from the material of which it is composed; particular disposition or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • form — I. noun Etymology: Middle English forme, from Anglo French furme, forme, from Latin forma form, beauty Date: 13th century 1. a. the shape and structure of something as distinguished from its material b. a body (as of a person) especially in its… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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