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" ... equal. The size of the sides would of course depend upon the age of the individual. A Female at birth would be about an inch long, while a tall adult Woman might extend to a foot. As to the Males of every class, it may be roughly said that the length... "
Flatland a romance of many dimensions - Page 48
by A Square - 1899
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Fact and Feeling: Baconian Science and the Nineteenth-Century Literary ...

Jonathan Smith - Literary Criticism - 1994 - 277 pages
...A Square, "the whole of the social life in Flatland"— indeed, of civilization itself— "rests on the fundamental fact that Nature wills all Figures to have their sides equal" (30). Thus it is "an axiom of policy" that "Irregularity is incompatible with the safety of the State"...
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The Annotated Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions

Edwin Abbott Abbott - Mathematics - 2002 - 239 pages
...every class, it may be rougbly said that the length of an adult's sides, when added together, is two feet or a little more. But the size of our sides is...whole of the social life in Flatland rests upon the fundamemal fact that Namre wills all Figures to have their sides equal. 1 Here the first edition has"§7....
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Flatland - A Romance of Many Dimensions

Edwin Abbott Abbott - Fiction - 2008 - 92 pages
...every class, it may be roughly said that the length of an adult's sides, when added together, is two feet or a little more. But the size of our sides is...sides equal. If our sides were unequal our angles might be unequal. Instead of its being sufficient to feel, or estimate by sight, a single angle in...
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