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  • adv. In a fractal manner.


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fractal +‎ -ly


  • The classically trained singer Shara Worden, of My Brightest Diamond, is a constant, wearing masks whose lace and filigree recalls Ritchie's organic, fractally replicating, hole-y visuals.

    The Long Count – review

  • Each of these systems exploits some phenomenon, and because systems repeat fractally the overall device we are examining exploits phenomena all the way down to its elemental parts.

    The Nature of Technology

  • My god, you are so full of outrage and offense, I couldn't read more than five minutes of the tripe you call your thoughts without unquestionably knowing that you are fractally wrong.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • When you think about it this pattern is repeated fractally throughout the Blair/Brown morass.

    Living in a Playground

  • He succeeds in putting a human face on, putting a human consciousness within, the naked quantum Multiverse, the infinite multiplicity of universes branching out fractally from every moment of time, with the infinity of her alternate selves exfoliating within it, and delivering the experience to the reader.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • If you take my entire career, it fits fractally into one of Ken Levine's long Thursday afternoons.

    New Scribospheric Guru

  • But this story is more than personal since its history duplicates fractally, in miniature, the transition that was occurring on a macro scale in economic theory from the 1960s to the 1990s.

    Writing the "The Market for 'Lemons'": A Personal Interpretive Essay

  • Here is proof that Swanwick is fractally self-similar on all levels.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • Clearly Blake sees time as expanding fractally through iterations ranging from the moment all the way out to the "Flaming Fire" that encircles every Seven Ages.

    Unlocking Language: Self-Similarity in Blake's _Jerusalem_.

  • First of all, however (suspending for the moment the question of the constitution and unconstitution of the human body, in Blake and elsewhere), it would hardly be possible to think of the human body in Blake in terms of a single or fractally iterable shape.

    Chaosmic Orders: Nonclassical Physics, Allegory, and the Epistemology of Blake's Minute Particulars.


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