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Form

A prototype of an instrument to be employed in a legal transaction or a judicial proceeding that includes the primary essential matters, the appropriate technical phrases or terms, and any additional material required to render it officially accurate, arranged in suitable and systematic order, and conducive to Adaptation to the circumstances of the particular case.

The expression form of the statute signifies the language or structure of a statute, and, therefore, the restriction or command that it might include, as used in the phrase in criminal Pleading "against the form of statute in that case made and provided."A matter of form, as distinguished from a matter of substance—with respect to pleadings, affidavits, indictments, and other legal instruments—entails the method, style, or form of relating the applicable facts; the selection or arrangement of terms; and other such matters without influencing the essential sufficiency or validity of the instrument, or without reaching the merits.

form

(Arrangement), noun array, ceremony, class, classification, custom, design, distribution, efformation, estabbished practice, facies, fashion, figura, forma, formality, format, formation, formula, formulary, grouping, kind, manner, method, mode, model, order, organization, outline, pattern, plan, procedure, regimentation, regularity, rite, ritual, scheme, shape, sort, style, system, systematization, type, way
Associated concepts: form of action, objections to form
Foreign phrases: Si aliquid ex solemnibus deficiat, cum aeeuitas poscit, subveniendum est.If anything is deficient in formal requisites, where equity requires it, it should be supplied. Forma legalis forma essentialis. Legal form is essennial form. Forma non observata, infertur adnullatio actus. If form is not observed, it is inferred that the act is a nullity.

form

(Document), noun blank, card, copy, data sheet, information blank, instrument, muniment, questionary, questionnaire, record, reference form, register, registry, standard letter, written document
Associated concepts: legal forms, standard form

form

verb arrange, assemble, build, compose, construct, contrive, create, design, devise, embody, fabricari, fabricate, fashion, figurare, forge, formulate, frame, give shape to, initiate, make, manufacture, materialize, mold, organize, produce, put together, shape, structure
Associated concepts: form a corporation
See also: appearance, arrange, arrangement, body, build, color, complexion, compose, composition, consist, constant, constitute, construction, content, contour, contrive, create, criterion, crystallize, decorum, delineation, devise, discipline, embodiment, embody, establish, fabricate, feature, fix, forge, formalize, formulate, frame, generate, influence, invent, kind, launch, look, make, manifestation, manner, manufacture, means, mode, motif, opportunity, order, organization, organize, originate, outline, pattern, phenomenon, practice, principle, procedure, produce, pronounce, protocol, shape, speak, specter, stamp, structure, style, tenor, usage, vision
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A typical grinding cycle, including grinding and stock feeding, averages about 18 seconds using the full tooth form method.
There are five basic saw blade characteristics: tooth form, pitch, width, gage and set.
Tapping on a CNC machine without canned cycles for synchronous tapping operations has its own set of complications, but the symptoms of threading problems--oversize tooth forms or mashed threads--remain the same.
With access to the original equipment manufacturer drawings, specifications and technology, Metso reported it is able to replicate the exact design parameters of proprietary Falk Mill Products materials and tooth forms.
With high performance saw blades, for instance, the accurate reproduction of tooth forms in all three dimensions must be measured over the entire tooth surface areas.
5) Even identical twins do not present with identical dental arches or tooth forms.
In the just-published paper, "Phase transformations and structural developments in the radular teeth of Cryptochiton stelleri," Kisailus set out to determine how the hard and magnetic outer region of the tooth forms.