Some articles on form, forms:
... defines the so-called split (sometimes also known as “untwisted”) form of E8 ... Over an algebraically closed field, this is the only form however, over other fields, there are often many other forms, or “twists” of E8, which are classified in the ... component of the identity of these algebraically twisted forms of E8 coincide with the three real Lie groups mentioned above, but with a subtlety concerning the fundamental group ...
... It forms when volcanic gases exsolving from viscous magma nucleate bubbles which cannot readily decouple from the viscous magma prior to chilling to glass ... and ignimbrite-forming) and commonly forms zones in upper parts of silicic lavas ... is the result of the lower viscosity of the magma that forms scoria ...
... decade regarding the variety of hybrid forms of local governments that have evolved from the two pure forms (council-manager and mayor-council) ... cities that have modified their organizational structure from one of the pure forms now commonly are termed “adaptive” community organizations ... features of the council-manager form of government ...
... (legitimate expertise and expert consensus) structurally required in the forms of a statistical syllogism ...
... They form their own party, called SSV. 1924 Zeth Höglund splits, and forms his own SKP ... Kilbom forms a parallel SKP ...
Famous quotes related to forms:
“Ye know why the forms are fair, ye hear how the tale is told:
It is all triumphant art, but art in obedience to laws,”
—Robert Browning (18121889)
“For women ... poetry is not a luxury. It is a vital necessity of our existence. It forms the quality of light within which we can predicate our hopes and dreams toward survival and change, first made into language, then into idea, then into more tangible action. Poetry is the way we help give name to the nameless so it can be thought. The farthest horizons of our hopes and fears are cobbled by our poems, carved from the rock experiences of our daily lives.”
—Audre Lorde (19341992)
“Anyone who seeks for the true causes of miracles, and strives to understand natural phenomena as an intelligent being, and not to gaze at them like a fool, is set down and denounced as an impious heretic by those, whom the masses adore as the interpreters of nature and the gods. Such persons know that, with the removal of ignorance, the wonder which forms their only available means for proving and preserving their authority would vanish also.”
“There is a continual exchange of ideas between all minds of a generation. Journalists, popular novelists, illustrators, and cartoonists adapt the truths discovered by the powerful intellects for the multitude. It is like a spiritual flood, like a gush that pours into multiple cascades until it forms the great moving sheet of water that stands for the mentality of a period.”
—Auguste Rodin (18491917)
“It is not however, adulthood itself, but parenthood that forms the glass shroud of memory. For there is an interesting quirk in the memory of women. At 30, women see their adolescence quite clearly. At 30 a womans adolescence remains a facet fitting into her current self.... At 40, however, memories of adolescence are blurred. Women of this age look much more to their earlier childhood for memories of themselves and of their mothers. This links up to her typical parenting phase.”
—Terri Apter (20th century)