This practice continues today, even after the formation of the coalition and the 33rd government of Israel.
The formation of neologisms is a natural process that no amount of outrage can halt.
This time round, the law had the contrary effect of making the formation of a government impossible.
Along with her classmates, she marched in formation to the schoolhouse every morning.
Yet those same women were sidelined in the formation of the new government.
For the formation we may compare American vamose, to skedaddle, from Span.
Barrin even assented to the formation of a national militia.
The formation of States was always conditioned by individual rulership.
Drivers and cannoneers were dismounted to await the formation of the battalion line.
Every creature assists in its own formation, souls being essentially creative and craving form.
late 14c., from Old French formacion (12c.) or directly from Latin formationem (nominative formatio) "a forming, shaping," noun of action or condition from past participle stem of formare "to form" (see form (v.)).
formation for·ma·tion (fôr-mā'shən)
The act or process of forming something or of taking form.