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“Piranesi,” by Susanna ClarkeIn a departure from Clarke’s beloved, lengthy “Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell,” this slim, hypnotic novel takes place in a surreal house where the lone inhabitant spends his days exploring the seemingly infinite halls.
In these models, elements in the system can be represented by infinite sequences of 1s and 0s.
To understand if scenes of nature activate the visual cortex in some special way that other stimuli do not, one would have to spend eons observing a neuron’s activity because “the universe of possible images is essentially infinite,” Kreiman said.
It sounds ugly out loud, but as a married woman without children, I’m losing my empathy and patience after months of being treated as though my time is therefore infinite.
The infinite family of p-adic number systems provides mathematicians with a wide range of settings in which to explore questions about rational numbers.
They are already infinitely more qualified to have that debate than we are.
Every direction he looked, time continued infinitely in that direction—and every direction.
Fated to die in the end like all the others he describes himself as “the saddest man in the world… infinitely sad.”
Our meritocracy has become the ideology of a self-concerned, infinitely ambitious, and basically fearful economy.
And will the new virus force the survivors out of the prison and into the big, bad (and infinitely more interesting) world?
Peace, also—or peace under the old conditions of industry—is infinitely wasteful of human energy.
Here again we have the landscape of Lorraine and the eternal and infinitely varied theme of rural labour.
Divinely precious and infinitely perfect as it is, there is no part of it with which he can dispense.
It was like a child's drawing of a human eye, round, staring, and at the same time infinitely menacing.
The fact is, that the race of Ishmael has been infinitely more favored by God than has that of Jacob.
On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to infinitely, such as: unbelievably, boundlessly, very, and very much.
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