Thesaurus / square


For starters there are the 100,000 trillion photons arriving every second at every square centimeter of Earth’s dayside surface, after racing here from the outer envelope of a natural giant thermonuclear reactor we call the sun.
It makes the same prediction for spaces of every dimension — that in covering, say, 12-dimensional space using 12-dimensional “square” tiles, you will end up with at least two tiles that abut each other exactly.
Treating arid land with LNC costs $2 to $5 per square meter, far more than many farmers can afford.
Most of these were “gridworlds”—literally two-dimensional grids with objects in some squares.
The median sales price of homes in Cheesman Park is $350,000 with an average of $401 per square foot.
To understand why the problem is so hard, it’s important to know something about the kinds of curves the square peg problem talks about, which matters for Greene and Lobb’s proof, too.
It was only when Czar Nicholas I appeared in the square and ordered the crowd to fall to their knees, that the rioting stopped.
To that end, a fully-evolved carrack design was typically square-rigged on the foremast and mainmast and lateen-rigged on the mizzenmast.
It’s not like there’s no demand for areas where you’re charging $300, $400 per square foot to rent these areas.
So, it starts off as a little collection of squares and then a bigger collection of squares and then a bigger collection again.


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