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  • Each officer had about three rooms to house his family, forming a small community.
  • General elections must be held within five years of the forming of a new government.
  • At this time, his brother was forming a new musical theater group.
  • At the same time, the regular troops of the British Army were forming up.
  • The surface low has a variety of ways of forming.
  • Communication between individuals can become more frequent, thus forming some type of relationship via the internet.
  • It has a prominent dust lane and has several visible star forming regions.
  • It flows south, forming the state line for the remainder of its course.
  • Each dwelling usually has at least one of these tanks forming part of its foundation.
  • It was then reported that a thermal lake was forming above the valley.
  • It comes down on the outside, forming a drop which will fall into the liquid below.
  • Image capture is only part of the image forming process.
  • This was a previously unknown and unexpected step in the star-forming process.
  • At a distance of, this is one of the nearest active star forming regions.
  • This bridge of gas is a star-forming site.
  • A single material may have several distinct solid states capable of forming separate phases.
  • However, the real power of the time passed to military leaders, forming the warlord period.
  • It is filled with star forming regions which are creating many hot, young, blue stars at a very high rate.
  • They are social animals, living in groups of between five and forty individuals, with the smaller species typically forming larger groups.
  • Schools started forming in the area before it was officially a territory as families started settling into the area.
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Root form of forming is form for the verb.

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Meaning of forming

  • verb Create (as an entity)
    social groups form everywhere, They formed a company
  • verb To compose or represent:"this wall forms the background of the stage setting"
    The branches made a roof, This makes a fine introduction
  • verb Develop into a distinctive entity
    our plans began to take shape
  • verb Assume a form or shape
    the water formed little beads