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Synonyms for dimension

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the amount of space occupied by something

Synonyms for dimension

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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However, with one or more of the dimensions degenerated, it is not likely that a surrogate key was created that represents the items within the degenerated dimensions.
Data fell into the following six emergent dimensions of constructivist/inquiry-based dialogue: 1) awareness and sensitivity to context 2) empowering and give voice 3) finding commonalities and building on diversity of understandings present 4) dynamic feedback processes guiding change 5) learning serving development of coherent frameworks to guide decision-making and 6) constructing a caring and interdependent sense of community.
Meanwhile, a trio of mathematicians has come up with compelling numerical evidence--just shy of a proof--that the best sphere packings in dimensions 8 and 24.
According to Westgate (1996), spiritual wellness has its origins in the medical wellness movement where wellness is seen as the optimum integration of various dimensions of human functioning including spirituality (Bensley, 1991).
The environment dimensions of individual--environment correspondence are ability requirements, reinforcer factors, and work environment style (Dawis & Lofquist, 1984).
Then there are those who use the word Islam not only to refer to its normative teachings that allow for fresh interpretations, but also to its culture and civilization as these dimensions have been manifested throughout Muslim history.
An important consequence of this is that any quasiperiodic function can always be represented as a periodic function in D dimensions.
Therefore, the Y dimension of clinical information also includes direct physician order entry.
Rather, it uses a computer to automatically calculate the precise dimensions of each part before it leaves the mold.
I have great confidence in Bennett Stewart and Al Ehrbar and believe EVA Dimensions and EVA Advisers will become a great institution in the future," John Neu said.
Second, the dimensions of the Epistemological Scenario were further investigated by exploratory factor analysis.
Since the 1970s, scientific interest in extra dimensions has surged as physicists developed what's now known as string theory.
Furthermore, the intersection of these first two dimensions of the current model suggests that potential and encountered discrimination may be practiced in formal and informal ways.
Like gender, ethnicity, and other human dimensions, cultural background is only one aspect of the concept.
The contract called for 20 parts with up to 100 dimensions to be measured per part, at a tolerance of [+ or -]5 mils on each dimension.