from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In the Bolyai geometry, a circle with infinitely great radius.


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  • Scenes are divided by slender Gothic columns, and other architectural features are tessellated floors and a sketchy sort of brick-work that appears wherever a limit-line is needed.

    The Tapestry Book

  • In fact, the limit-line of the two branches is not always easy to trace, so often are they grafted together; they inspire each other, intertwine, and at last are almost one.

    The Cathedral


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