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The geometry on such a surface is shown to be Euclidean, limit-lines replacing Euclidean straight lines.
Then what are we to think of that question: Is the Euclidean geometry true?
I shall therefore admit, provisionally, absolute time and Euclidean geometry.
"City" is not necessarily descriptive: perhaps less so than the application of Euclidean axioms to advanced geometry.General Max Shorter|Kris Ottman Neville
The Euclidean geometry has, therefore, nothing to fear from fresh experiments.
1650s, "of or pertaining to Euclid," from Greek Eukleides, c.300 B.C.E. geometer of Alexandria. Now often used in contrast to alternative models based on rejection of some of his axioms. His name in Greek means "renowned," from eu "well" (see eu-) + kleos "fame" (see Clio).