formulize

for·mu·lize

 (fôr′myə-līz′)
tr.v. for·mu·lized, for·mu·liz·ing, for·mu·liz·es
To formulate.

for′mu·li·za′tion (-lĭ-zā′shən) n.
for′mu·liz′er n.

formulize

(ˈfɔːmjʊˌlaɪz) or

formulise

vb (tr)
(Mathematics) to express (something) in a formula

for•mu•lize

(ˈfɔr myəˌlaɪz)

v.t. -lized, -liz•ing.
to formulate.
[1850–55]
for`mu•li•za′tion, n.
for′mu•liz`er, n.
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It is this basic mistranslation that still plagues anthropological and natural sciences, in the Boasian frame, obscuring the otherwise "grand picture of nature" (or culture, as Boas would later formulize) offered by Darwin as "a unit of ever-changing form and color, each momentary aspect being determined by the past moment and determining the coming changes" (26).
Tsiveriotis and Fernandes (1998) formulize this method.