Definitions

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  • adjective Not gapped

Etymologies

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un- +‎ gapped

Examples

  • To the thing which does not enjoy Magnitude in the sense of having mass-extension in its own substance and parts, the only possibility is that it present some partial semblance of Magnitude, such as being continuous, not here and there and everywhere, that its parts be related within it and ungapped.

    The Six Enneads.

  • I won't shut any doors, or mouths either, but be a selfmade-mirror, to see what shape that the world is in, ungapped and toothless, yet still scared and sacred.

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  • I won't shut any doors, or mouths either, but be a selfmade-mirror, to see what shape that the world is in, ungapped and toothless, yet still scared and sacred.

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  • The ungapped core would saturate at a field intensity of H

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  • I won't shut any doors, or mouths either, but be a selfmade-mirror, to see what shape that the world is in, ungapped and toothless, yet still scared and sacred.

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  • The ungapped core would saturate at a field intensity of H

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  • The ungapped core would saturate at a field intensity of H

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  • I won't shut any doors, or mouths either, but be a selfmade-mirror, to see what shape that the world is in, ungapped and toothless, yet still scared and sacred.

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  • I won't shut any doors, or mouths either, but be a selfmade-mirror, to see what shape that the world is in, ungapped and toothless, yet still scared and sacred.

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