One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The core of our business is (to build) dimensionally excellent bodies and paint them flawlessly.’
- ‘They are laid up like brick and are dimensionally exact.’
- ‘The surprise of bamboo flooring is that it is often as hard as oak and maple, and it is more dimensionally stable (it expands and contracts less) than other common types of hardwood floors.’
- ‘The heat capacity is numerically, but not dimensionally, equivalent to another quantity, the specific heat.’
- ‘Yield forces at the rim (which are dimensionally equivalent to energy densities) were found to scale as a power of the loading rate.’
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