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take form

To develop over time. By the end of the meeting, our plan for the new project had begun to take form. An idea was taking form in her mind as to how she might remain in her father's will.
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take ˈform

(formal) gradually form into a particular shape; gradually develop: In her body a new life was taking form.
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References in classic literature ?
Our proper vice takes form in one or another shape, according to the sex, age, or temperament of the person, and, if we are capable of fear, will readily find terrors.
This transaction takes form as company transaction and the results will be reported in the third quarter of 2017.
SoMuchFeels, a hashtag often used on social media platforms to convey intense emotion brought about by movies, relationships or Miss Universe results, takes form on stage this February via Bituin Escalante's theatrical concert '#SoMuchFeels: Kung May Love Story Ka, Eto Ang Love Concert Mo.
Tough May will get UK best deal CHRIS Moncrieff in The view from London (Post, October 5) sets out the issues that beset the UK, as Brexit takes form.
Often, this takes form in the handmade composition of rough-edged images overlaid with the designs they inspired, reminiscent of shadowboxes.
There is something interesting, however, when we look at how each generation's social justice stance takes form and how it effects change.
This takes form as the second batch of Senaat employees graduated from the Institute of Leadership Management Program (ILM) earlier this month.
The inflight portion of the partnership takes form in an innovation box available to customers traveling via both the JetBlue Mint and Core Experiences.
So they take matters into their own hands and minds and each, one after the other, imagines a new creature which takes form and runs off into the world.
The beauty of Japan, the history, the mystic of traditions layered upon traditions, where meaning takes form, and form creates meaning.
He examines how study of literature through literary criticism, theory, and pedagogy takes form in twentieth-century Chinese literature and how Chinese literary realism developed in relation to modern philosophy and works by Kant, Hegel, Marx, Adorno, Heidegger, Nietzsche, Walt Whitman, and others.
Redditch swimmer Claire Cashmore missed out in the International Open at the Manchester Aquatics Centre - but insists there were plenty of positive to takes form her performance.
Finding God in The Shack" is a companion manual to the novel, urging congregations to embrace the novel as a collection of stories about how God is everywhere, and how faith takes form in all shapes and sizes.
The appointment takes form into account but, if he is on the top of his game, few insiders would bet against Rennie crowning his career in style.