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[fawrm] /fɔrm/

noun, British.
1.
(def 30).
/fɔːm/
noun
1.
(printing) type matter, blocks, etc, assembled in a chase and ready for printing

language, music
An object-oriented language for music composition and synthesis, written in VLISP.
[“Formes: Composition and Scheduling of Processes”, X. Rodet & P. Cointe, Computer Music J 8(3):32-50 (Fall 1984)].
(1996-06-24)

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