The show is stretching the dimensions of Storm King and playfully changing the ways in which works on display can coexist.
But the comedic genius was wrong; success in most dimensions of the human enterprise is showing up at the right time.
“Market forces often outweigh legal and ethical the dimensions of this problem,” said Richardson.
No one can predict the direction or dimensions of robotics a decade from now.
It may well be that the truth in all its dimensions is too difficult for the current generation to confront.
It varies in dimensions according to the extent of the excavations.
In size, the largest does not exceed the dimensions of an English mastiff.
This may increase in dimensions for several days or may attain its maximum in less than 24 hours.
This brings the cost of a pile of the dimensions given to about $1 per lin.
Ethie had been at Clifton for three or four weeks, and the dimensions of No. 101 did not seem half so circumscribed, as at first.
late 14c., "measurement, size," from Latin dimensionem (nominative dimensio) "a measuring," noun of action from past participle stem of dimetri "to measure out," from dis- (see dis-) + metiri "to measure" (see measure). Meaning "any component of a situation" is from 1929. Related: Dimensional; dimensions.
dimension di·men·sion (dĭ-měn'shən, dī-)
A measure of spatial extent, especially width, height, or length.
Scope or magnitude.