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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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Programmatic use of processes promoting focused conversation around mutual problem-solving, shared visioning, collaborative learning, collegial coaching, and shared work do appear to facilitate the development of teacher thinking across the dimensions of dialogue identified in the analysis.
In the late 1970s, mathematicians used Delsarte's methods to figure out the kissing numbers in dimensions 8 and 24.
In this article we use the integral model to illustrate how dimensions of spiritual wellness (drawn from the authors cited above) can be part of a school guidance program.
If the counselor and retiree find that the potential career environment does not support older workers, the counselor and retiree might decide that the environment dimensions do not adequately correspond with the retiree's individual dimensions.
Having adopted the term science to comprehend this particular domain of scientific knowledge and activity, we now need to be clear whether we are only concerned with its epistemological dimension dealing with knowledge content or only with its ethical dimension dealing with applications of that knowledge, or with both.
Dislocation lines in icosahedral quasicrystals arise from a four-dimensional defect surface in six dimensions.
The Mayo Clinic experience using a structured paper medical record system gives a glimpse of what could be accomplished at every center after achievement of the Z dimension of CIS.
This allowed the molder to see shot-to-shot variations in process parameters, and correlate them with shot-to-shot variations in part dimensions.
We have had very positive experiences working with EVA and are enthusiastic about supporting Bennett Stewart, Al Ehrbar and their team in the Dimensions and Advisers businesses," said HNC's Chief Financial Officer David Silver, who has joined the Board of Directors of EVA Dimensions.
Of the five dimensions hypothesized by Schornmer's (1990) model, on which the scenario was based, only omniscient authority did not appear as its own factor in the analysis.
In this new hypothesis of so-called large extra dimensions resides a possible solution to a long-standing puzzle: Why is gravity so much weaker than the other forces?
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.
As entrepreneurs, scientists and, sometimes, magicians, we foundrymen have done a good job of mastering the business and technology dimensions.