pyramidic


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resembling a pyramid

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I thought how improbable (and have since had this confirmed by specialists in the worlds of venture capital and private equity) that investors would choose to put cash into the traditional business model of most law firms--hourly billing, expensive premises, pyramidic organizational structures, and the rest.
This immediately results in one death, and in the others' forced scurrying up the vine-covered pyramidic structure to apparent safety.
Contemporary synagogue practice has disrupted the exquisite tension of that pyramidic symmetry.
In 1485, da Vinci had made a sketch of a pyramidic structure, noting, "If a man is provided with a length of gummed linen cloth, with a length of 12 yards of each side and 12 yards high, he can jump from any great height whatsoever .
With such inequities firmly in mind, Rich composes her thoughts for "Arts of the Possible," a lecture given in 1997, "made in various states of intense reflection, disquietude, and hope." Her concern is America's "abrupt reshuffling of our once apparently consensual national project: a democratic republic with a large and growing middle class, and equality of opportunity as its great hope." Now we are "a pyramidic society of the omnivorously acquisitive few." She finds this situation entirely unacceptable, and insists on a citizenry who will reject it through radical activism.