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  • adv. In a factorial way.


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  • I told you—four, eight, and twelve are too factorially compatible.

    The Limit

  • The final inventory contained five factorially independent scales to measure each of the bases of power.

    The Bass Handbook of Leadership

  • The generally positive correlations between factorially and conceptually distinct styles of leadership will be detailed in chapters 17 through 22.

    The Bass Handbook of Leadership

  • All you have to do is change the description of the set of programs to “4GB” from 1K, and you will increase the functional complexity of CSI Set “B” enormously factorially?

    Desperately Dissing Avida - The Panda's Thumb

  • The snare drum would occasionally rocket to the ceiling and hover there for minutes at a time, oscillating at rates factorially related to the tempo. - Music You Don't Hear On The Radio


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