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di·men·sion

(di-men'shŭn),
Scope, size, magnitude; denoting, in the plural, linear measurements of length, width, and height.

dimension

a measure of the width, length, or height of a space, usually described in units of a linear scale.

di·men·sion

(di-men'shŭn)
Scope, size, magnitude; denoting, in the plural, linear measurements of length, width, and height.

di·men·sion

(di-men'shŭn)
Scope, size, magnitude; denoting, in the plural, linear measurements of length, width, and height.
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For methodological purposes, the vertical and horizontal spatial dimensions have been examined separately in this paper.
The tendency to appropriate Durisin's vocabulary shows the urgent need to develop adequate analytical tools for the exploration of the spatial dimension of literary history and its implicit assumptions.
Although our focus is the temporal dimension of media content, the study of spatial dimension is necessary, as 'space' and 'time' are variables that become meaningful only if they are considered as complementary.
This type of spatial dimension allows the dimension members to be visualized and queried cartographically.
Such strong interactions among all known particles and gravity would not occur in a four-dimensional scenario (three spatial dimensions plus time): they would be a definite signal of something new.
4 million people and provides a spatial dimension for sustainable growth - a mutually beneficial relationship between the capital city and neighbouring towns and communities.
The spatial dimension of employment dynamics is becoming more important as the economy becomes more international and more mobile.
StereoSurround adds a spatial dimension to video calls, enhancing the intelligibility and comprehension of information.
In the case of the focal functions, the addition of a third spatial dimension means that neighborhoods are now a bit more interesting (and challenging computationally) in terms of their geometry, but the existing functions are quite amenable to this extension (Figure 1b).
Part III focuses on the spatial dimension paying attention to community based interventions and housing programs for low income people.
Splett), the spatial dimension of religion according to Theresa of Avila and John of the Cross (L.
Coleridge's attention to the spatial dimension of the dreaming

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