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- n. The condition of being unbounded
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or condition of being unbounded; freedom from bounds or limits; specifically, that character of a continuum by virtue of which, if any point be taken, and then any other indefinitely near the first, a third point may be found indefinitely near the first, and situated opposite to the second with reference to the first.
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- n. the quality of being infinite; without bound or limit
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Qualities like love and devotion, loyalty, forgiveness, present moment awareness, unboundedness and more: these are spiritual qualities that not only don't require complex or quantum deconstructions, but that are also readily apparent in men's best friends.
"It gave me immediate experience of the unboundedness of my own nature," Hoffman testifies.
While it might be fun to hoist Dr. Mann by his own petard, remember the RE is a lousy statistic for Monte Carlos because of its asymmetrical unboundedness.
He quotes the physicist Freeman Dyson approvingly: “Boiled down to one sentence, my message is the unboundedness of life and the consequent unboundedness of human destiny.”
It is the unboundedness of hyperbolic doubt that underwrites the No Atheistic Knowledge Thesis.
The Old Testament exulted in the omnipotence of the Creator, but it did not initiate problems about the unboundedness of His power or the infinity of His creation.
But from the first there was in them an awareness of immensity and even unboundedness in the cosmos, and Greek rationality showed very early a disposition to examine the mean - ing of infinity in its complexity.
As a planet of change and unboundedness, Ketu is notoriously hard to predict although it does incline towards bearishness.
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