continuum

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  • Two features stand out from a political continuum of three centuries.
  • Together they represent the space-time continuum and the living force of the universe.
  • Together they represent the space-time continuum and the living force of the universe.
  • Potential time is the third part of the space-time continuum in African Thought.
  • To help such decision, one may roughly refer to the continuum shown below.
  • The inside of the dome passed into another space-time continuum, even into another kind of space-time. Cited from Time Crime, by H. Beam Piper
  • However, the scale has been criticized because it is still not a true continuum.
  • The Continuum is a river whose current flows from those who have to those who want.
  • Depending on where a population falls along this continuum, the management plans for that population will change.
  • The north-south divide has more recently been named the development continuum gap.
  • Some versions of it may also be seen as falling along the continuum between forced marriage and arranged marriage.
  • The two writing systems can both have recorded the same dialect continuum.
  • There is a continuum of organizations that provide managed care, each operating with slightly different business models.
  • Why, the world from which these people came doesn't even exist in this space-time continuum. Cited from Time Crime, by H. Beam Piper
  • This and the following book are only included in the Continuum edition.
  • Some place self care on a continuum with health care providers at the opposite end to self care.
  • They regard time as the duration of events rather than as a continuum.
  • There was a legend that William Green could control the time-space continuum.
  • The old dichotomy between product and service has been replaced by a service-product continuum.
  • Use of force continuums can be further broken down.
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Words starting with continuum

Meaning of continuum

  • noun A continuous nonspatial whole or extent or succession in which no part or portion is distinct or distinguishable from adjacent parts