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formulate in regular order

give conventional form to

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CMs are commonly used to schematize processes, such as photosynthesis in a biology class, and systems for knowledge domains, such as feudalism in a history class.
A noted literary scholar and avant-garde poet, Vayenas dramatizes very modern viewpoints, often using extreme irony or tongue-in-cheek black humor to show that technical features from the past may well be used to dress up or schematize contemporary or current ideas, attitudes or feelings, and themes.
If we can schematize the free exercise doctrine after Smith, it would look like this: For any secular value V, the state may rank V above any religious value R (so long as R is manifest in conduct and not merely belief or expression).
7) Can we schematize specifically moral norms of practical reasoning?
Le Blanc contends that the need to schematize human thought "has, in effect, put the onus on humans to think like computers, instead of forcing computers to think like humans" (1993, p.
Not to know but to schematize, to impose upon chaos as much regularity and form as our practical needs require.
More important, no matter how a person reacts to Jungian theory, he must acknowledge an unrelenting tendency in the Swiss psychologist to schematize.
The carefully researched and readable essays not only synthesize and schematize earlier investigations but also push further into new arenas of investigation, notably the eucharistic theology found in the medieval jurists and several popular devotions and piety.
The average data warehouse is designed to schematize and clean transactional data into a form that can be consumed by analytical modeling tools, which can then be used for confirmatory analysis," he observes.
The Coleridge of "We are Seven" is not, to be sure, the Coleridge of the Biographia written nearly two decades later, but since both Wordsworth and Coleridge remain in constant dialogue with each other as well as with younger versions of themselves--dialogues not always easy to distinguish--one should be careful not to schematize the opposition between them prematurely.
One is reminded of other attempts to schematize history, such as Arnold Toynbee's challenges and responses.
Other essays tend to simplify and schematize the works with which they deal: Mrs Gaskell's Ruth is packed by Audrey Jaffe into neat areas of experience - sympathy, identity, falling (morally) - in an argument which derives its coherence mainly from lexical facility.
To a degree that is remarkable in any feature film, Soviet or otherwise, Little Vera refuses to schematize its characters.
Against Johst's Der Einsame she sets Brecht's Baal (both 1919) in order to schematize in the protofascist context of the Weimar era the motif structures she wishes to explicate.
DeJean, 22-23, refers to the example of the Princesse de Conti's provincial salon in order to schematize the process of "salon writing": a gathering of literate nobility provides commentary and suggestions for revision of novels dictated by a presiding woman to a male scribe.