Part of speech:
A set speech or form
The definition of a rubric is the use of red lettering to highlight something on a page, or a standard for grading or scoring knowledge or performance.
An ophthalmologist's or optometrist's written instruction, as for the grinding of corrective lenses.
Any set of beliefs or principles
A set form or system of rites, religious or otherwise
A statement or an account describing something:
A systematic collection of regulations or rules of procedure or conduct:
A set speech or form
The relative value of silver and gold in a currency system that is bimetallic.
(Math.) The exponent expressing the power to which a fixed number (the base) must be raised in order to produce a given number (the antilogarithm): logarithms computed to the base 10 are often used for shortening mathematical calculations
A complex of variable elements or factors:
A mathematical statement whose truth can be proved on the basis of a given set of axioms or assumptions.
The procedures and techniques characteristic of a particular discipline or field of knowledge:
A habitual practice of a person:
Any of the terms in the rectangular array of terms that constitute a matrix or determinant.
Characterized by, belonging to, or concerning doctrine.
Consisting of, or made or expressed according to, a formula or formulas
The hypothetical universal solvent once sought by alchemists.
A detailed plan of action.
A formal act or set of formal acts established by custom or authority as proper to a special occasion, such as a wedding, religious rite, etc.
Doctrine is defined as a principle or group of principles which are taught by a religion or political party.
A key principle of law that has been repeated so often it has become a commonplace expression.
A particular system of principles for the conduct of life
A method of proceeding
A rule used to choose among solutions to a problem.
The act, method, or manner of proceeding in some action; esp., the sequence of steps to be followed
A statute or regulation governing the court process:
A speculative idea or plan as to how something might be done
To make (something) concrete; make specific; give definite form to
To make, build, construct, etc., esp. by assembling parts; manufacture
To forge is defined as to give form or shape to something.
To prepare according to a specified formula.
To regard as matter; to consider or explain by the laws or principles which are appropriate to matter.
A chemical formula that indicates the relative proportions of the elements in a molecule rather than the actual number of atoms of the elements. The empirical formula of a compound may be simpler than its molecular formula, which is a multiple of the empirical formula. For example, glucose has the molecular formula C6 H12 O6 but the empirical formula CH2 O.
(Chemistry) A notation indicating the number of atoms of each element present in a compound.
A chemical formula that shows how the atoms making up a compound are arranged within the molecule. For example, the structural formula of aspirin is CH3 COOC6 H4 COOH, indicating that it consists of an acetyl group (CH3 COO) attached to the carboxylic acid (COOH) of a phenyl group (C6 H4 ).
That by which something is done or obtained; agency
A widely used and accepted device or technique, as in drama, literature, or painting:
The usual or expected state, form, amount, or degree.
The definition of an example of expression is a frequently used word or phrase or it is a way to convey your thoughts, feelings or emotions.
Alternative name for molecular formula.
A collection of fixed or prescribed forms or formulas, as in a book
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