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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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These patterns of coalitions are not idiosyncratic but rather are evidence of a second dimension in Supreme Court decision making.
Patterns of coalitions that divide across party lines are only one sign of a second dimension of Supreme Court decision making.
Figure 3, chromatogram A shows that peaks 5, 7 and 8 disappear when they are directly transferred to the second dimension. Obviously, the late eluting peaks from the first column are contained in too high a concentration of acetonitrile to be retained on the second column.
In this study, the authors initially applied the following approach for all target peaks: a 750 [micro]L mixer was configured in line before the eluted fraction was transferred to the second dimension. Then the peak mobile phase was mixed extensively with the second dimension starting mobile phase (water phase) before the second dimension separation.
Dahl's second dimension is contestation, that is, the unhampered right to oppose the government by choosing leaders through fully contested elections.
Adding a second dimension to the model explains only 1.2 percent more voting decisions of states correctly.
In only two periods did the second dimension add more than ten percentage points in APRE.
I am less sanguine about the second dimension of Marjara's project; his study of Milton's "scientific imagery," as he calls it, does not produce any new insights on the many moral and theological problems raised by the science of Paradise Lost, but rather seems intent on celebrating what we already know about Milton: that he was a great poet not a scientist.
Few examples of writing exist in the library literature that describe innovation in the context of the second dimension of the Miller and Friesen framework.
The second dimension, of the Miller and Friesen framework, which relates to innovation in the for-profit R&D context, is less frequently found in the library literature.
The second dimension should comprise horizontal possibilities for action and immediate causes.
A second dimension involves classifying a culture on a low to high context communication continuum.
The second dimension specifies assertive behaviors that might occur in expressing personal opinions, refusing unreasonable requests, taking initiative in conversation, expressing positive or negative feelings, standing up for legitimate rights, and asking favors of others.
Turning to the second dimension, the evidence suggests strongly that the dynamics underlying the Iraqi polity have not been changed positively by sanctions, and that the potential for the Iraqi state to interact effectively with its neighbours has not been enhanced.
The second dimension of value maintenance recognizes the effect of change.