stereometry


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ster·e·om·e·try

(ster'ē-om'ĕ-trē),
1. Measurement of a solid object or the cubic capacity of a vessel.
2. Determination of the specific gravity of a liquid.

ster·e·om·e·try

(ster'ē-om'ĕ-trē)
1. Measurement of a solid object or the cubic capacity of a vessel.
2. Determination of the specific gravity of a liquid.

stereometry

(stĕr″ē-ŏm′ĕ-trē) [″ + metron, a measure]
The measurement of a solid body or the cubic contents of a hollow body.
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The third is even more esoteric, dwelling on the rendition of Elytis's "prismatic" verse (in contrast to "level" and less complex verse), since Connolly considers the linguistic term prismatic to be semantically equivalent to the adjective solid in stereometry (or solid geometry); one example here is Elytis's last published work, which Connolly has expertly translated as The Oxopetra Elegies (1996).
The maxillary jaws were hemisected, and half of the block samples including molars with their surrounding tissues were submitted to routine histological processing for stereometry and immunohistochemistry.
Instead of elementary theorems about triangle and circle, Europe finally had books in planimetry and stereometry; instead of difficult and complex mathematical operations with Roman numerals now one could use much simpler numbers which came to Europe from India through mediation of Arabs.
Genzken produced these complex ellipsoids and mathematically polymorph models of stereometry by computer twenty years before Richard Serra discovered Frank Gehry's tool kit.