Definition of Formularizes
1. formularize [v] - See also: formularize
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Literary usage of Formularizes
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1. A Text-book of human physiology: Designed for the Use of Practitioners and by Austin Flint (1881)
"Helmholtz formularizes this idea in the theory that tones conveyed to the cochlea throw into vibration those elements of the organ of Corti which are tuned, ..."
2. A Treatise on the practice of medicine for the use of students and by Roberts Bartholow (1890)
"Again, youth is a predisposing cause of cardiac complication, a fact which Senator formularizes as follows : " The younger the patient, the greater the risk ..."
3. The Jurisprudence of Medicine in Its Relation to the Law of Contracts, Torts by John Ordronaux (1869)
"... and mounted upon a Delphic tripod inaccessible to vulgar criticism, pronounces his diagnoses and formularizes his prescriptions ..."
4. The Physiology of Mind: Being the First Part of a Third Edition, Revised by Henry Maudsley (1889)
"290) formularizes the general physiological law, that every excitation of a nerve, at any point in its length, is transmitted immediately and simultaneously ..."
5. The Coming Terror and Other Essays and Letters by Robert Williams Buchanan (1891)
"But, the young lady perhaps adds, ' The idea is so impracticable !' Well, so is the Christianity which it formularizes, ..."
6. American Journal of Syphilography and Dermatology edited by [Anonymus AC02837004] (1870)
"Dr. A. formularizes his views upon this agent thus: 1. Judiciously administered, it is as safe as any other remedy, and can be used for months without ..."