Thesaurus / manifold

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The reasons are manifold, starting with early marriages and teen pregnancies.
Poor Riemann did not name Riemannian manifolds after himself.
For a high-profile example, let’s take the Calabi-Yau manifold, made famous by string theory.
A Calabi-Yau manifold is a compact, complex Kähler manifold with a trivial first Chern class.
In the same way, positive word of mouth can boost up your sales manifolds.
The breech-loader has manifold advantages over the muzzle-loader in a wild country.
A good thing develops itself in infinite and unexpected shapes of good; a bad thing into manifold and astounding evils.
INDIAN SUMMERWILLIAM D. HOWELLS
One was the Tree, or the representation of the divine emanations in their manifold and intricate complexities.
It is a circumstance, this court favor, worth considering in the poet's life, as the antecedent to his manifold spirit of piety.
The manifold of the special senses and the primary manifold are radically distinct.

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