Dimensions

Some articles on dimensions:

Resolution Of Singularities - Examples - Minimal Resolutions Need Not Exist
... (resolutions such that every resolution factors through them) exist in dimensions 1 and 2, but not always in higher dimensions ... The Atiyah flop gives an example in 3 dimensions of a singularity with no minimal resolution ...
Mercedes 35 Hp - Technical Description - Dimensions
... The relatively light engine (230 kg, with 6.6 kg/hp) was mounted over the front axle without any extra subframes, so its center of gravity was close to the ground. ...
1719 Establishment - Individual Ship Types - Second Rates of 90 Guns
... Forecastle 2 × 6 pdrs The 1719 Establishment revised the dimensions of these ships from the 1706 Establishment dimensions to those shown in the table to the right ... to be rebuilt to this Establishment, but were actually completed to the revised 1733 dimensions ... The 1733 revision increased the dimensions as follows Tons burthen 1626 bm Length 166 ft 0 in (50.6 m) (gundeck) 134 ft 1 in (40.9 m) (keel) Beam 47 ft 9 in (14.6 m) Depth in hold ...
1719 Establishment - 1733 Proposals and Revisions
... due for rebuilding, were built with slightly altered dimensions ... arrived, were conservative, offering only minor adjustments to certain dimensions ... the Surveyor of the Navy at the time — proposed to the Admiralty some changes to the dimensions of the 50-gun and 60-gun ships, most notably an increase in breadth ...

Famous quotes containing the word dimensions:

    Is it true or false that Belfast is north of London? That the galaxy is the shape of a fried egg? That Beethoven was a drunkard? That Wellington won the battle of Waterloo? There are various degrees and dimensions of success in making statements: the statements fit the facts always more or less loosely, in different ways on different occasions for different intents and purposes.
    —J.L. (John Langshaw)

    It seems to me that we do not know nearly enough about ourselves; that we do not often enough wonder if our lives, or some events and times in our lives, may not be analogues or metaphors or echoes of evolvements and happenings going on in other people?—or animals?—even forests or oceans or rocks?—in this world of ours or, even, in worlds or dimensions elsewhere.
    Doris Lessing (b. 1919)

    Why is it that many contemporary male thinkers, especially men of color, repudiate the imperialist legacy of Columbus but affirm dimensions of that legacy by their refusal to repudiate patriarchy?
    bell hooks (b. c. 1955)