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the amount of space occupied by something

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the magnitude of something in a particular direction (especially length or width or height)

a construct whereby objects or individuals can be distinguished

one of three Cartesian coordinates that determine a position in space

magnitude or extent

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indicate the dimensions on

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shape or form to required dimensions

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As long as such a numbers-only state is true, then fact tables fall into the above mentioned condition of having a granularity defined by the composite primary key containing the individual foreign keys into the dimension tables.
Participant teacher reflections also contain a dimension embodied in a theme of empowerment and giving voice.
The question of how to densely pack spheres in a dimension higher than three may seem fanciful and abstruse.
In that sense there is also a dimension of entelechy to spiritual wellness.
6) The nature of each dimension is apparent from both its linguistic and religious content.
But whereas diffraction from a periodic object forms a reciprocal lattice that can be indexed with a set of d reciprocal basis vectors, where d is the dimension, the diffraction pattern from a quasiperiodic object requires a finite number, D > d, independent basis vectors.
This dimension involves a comprehensive database of all patient encounters with any aspect of the health care system (e.
A new enhancement to a proprietary CIM system has allowed one injection molder to automatically predict part dimensions based on processing data.
MINNEAPOLIS -- The Dimension 3D Printing Group, a business unit of Stratasys, Inc.
The analysis of the Epistemological Scenario produced satisfactory reliability of each dimension as indicated by Cronbach's alpha.
Given that no experimental evidence precluded the possibility, an extra dimension might be even as relatively huge as a millimeter in radius, or roughly the size of a poppy seed, they argued.
The first dimension is based on Levine and Leonard's (1984) framework suggesting two forms of work discrimination: formal (institutional policies and decisions such as hiring, firing, promotion, salary decisions, and job assignments) and informal (interpersonal dynamics and work atmosphere, such as verbal and nonverbal harassment, lack of respect, hostility, and prejudice).
Note that the variables associated with each dimension are explanatory and inclusive rather than exclusive.
The distances are then automatically translated into part dimensions for comparison with specifications.
This morning I'll explore the human dimension a little further because I'm absolutely convinced it's the key to our success in the future.