Formalization [noun]

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The Grassmannian gets its name from Hermann Grassmann, who first formalized it in the mid-1800s.

It’s as if the Grassmannian, uncovered a century ago to formalize the mathematics of lines and planes through the origin, also happens to index phenomena in the physical world — a bizarre correspondence that Williams still can’t fully explain.

Faulconer expanded and formalized the police shelter program in 2014 by allocating city funds for shelter beds run by police.

In January 2018, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, which is also a part of DHS, formalized a directive on immigration enforcement in courthouses.

In late August, the groups signed a memorandum of understanding to formalize their conversations.

It was a device set up in the orthodox churches as a definite formalization of a creed.

The formalization of family life in marriage contracts was stimulated by writing.

The formalization of an art course given to the general student, kills the live material and leaves the student himself cold.

American, despite the gallant efforts of the professors, has so far escaped any such suffocating formalization.