One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘I can't be geometrically accurate about that, but there are proportions that are comfortable and proportions that aren't, and the ceiling height is an important part.’
- ‘He thought it would be ineffective because he had formulated the hypothesis that population increases geometrically while food supplies increase arithmetically.’
- ‘The streets are laid out geometrically and the blocks filled with enormous buildings, some of brick and some of fabricated steel.’
- ‘They come on rectangular, white ceramic plates, which interlock into a very geometrically pleasing pattern on the table.’
- ‘The geometrically rich facade of the Duomo is actually a 19th century reading of what a Byzantine-Moorish church should look like.’
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