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formula

noun avenue, axiom, canon, code, expedient, fixed expression, form, formulary, maxim, method, mode, model, phrase, postulate, prescribed prooedure, prescription, principle, proposition, recipe, rubric, rule, standard, theorem, usage
Associated concepts: formula instruction
See also: arrangement, avenue, comment, criterion, directive, expedient, expression, form, guide, method, mode, phrase, prescription, principle, rule, system, usage
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The AAP and the pediatric medical community agree that infant formula is a safe, science-supported, nutritious means to nourish babies.
In this mode, any formula results will be replaced by the actual formula.
Children for whom breastmilk or DHA-fortified formula was the main method of feeding throughout the first six months had higher mean full-scale and verbal IQ scores than those fed mainly unfortified formula.
This report examines the fiscal neutrality of three funding formulas that have been proposed to replace the current funding formula for Oklahoma's common schools in an attempt to have greater equity in the distribution of funds to the various districts.
Soy-based formula provides full-term infants with all their nutritional needs.
At the hearing, Baum noted that there is much interest and concern about the EFC formula, so it must be addressed carefully.
A link is simply a formula that creates a connection between a cell in one workbook (called the source cell) and a cell in another workbook (called a dependent cell).
In March 2006, the Center for the Evaluation of Risks to Human Reproduction, a part of the National Institutes of Health, called together a panel of 14 scientific experts to examine soy formula and genistein, a substance found in soy.
To review, 14 of the 20 drivers in the Formula One U.
Still, soy formula has been considered a safe alternative to milk-based formulas for some 40 years.
Feeding a newborn baby breast milk instead of formula during the first month of life improves the child's cholesterol readings later on, a study in the May 15 Lancet suggests.
Many companies traditionally have used "net income" (income after taxes)--a formula that encouraged some to overstate revenue and understate expenses.