n-dimensional space

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n-dimensional space

[′en di′men·shən·əl ′spās]
(mathematics)
A vector space whose basis has n vectors.
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Similarly, Sarah Pinsker's "The Transdimensional Horsemaster Rabbis of Mpumalanga Province" takes a grieving Jewish photographer, Yona Heifetz-Perec, into the depths of the country to encounter a lost tribe rooted in a timeless African pastoral dream:
It's not long before they're living out their own transdimensional adventure.
These portray unique or common transdimensional (often transfinite) relative experiential realities.
Internationally much work has been completed around pillars of sustainability to frame the transdimensional nature of the concept.
The house still contains the concentrated power of its past events and inhabitants so that, as Susana Onega suggests, it functions as "a huge transdimensional door" (29) in which the black, white, green and red doors stand for the alchemic colours of the quaternarvis, that is, for the four constitutive elements of earth, air, water and fire, and its three storeys--underground, at ground level and above ground--may replicate the cosmic levels of ternarvis, as well as their human equivalents, body, soul and spirit.
But if there's a marque that specializes in transdimensional transportation, it's Ferrari.
Robert was using his long-awaited, gazillion-dollar, new-age, intergalactic, transdimensional, anthropomorphic, geopolitical, ophthalmo-leveling, articulated, sensory-significant, turbocharged, moon-surface-tested Permobil Chairman 2K chair.
When WhirlGirl falls through a gateway while infiltrating ZoneWerks' Transdimensional Research Station, she finds herself stranded in a dimension where violence and stupidity reign supreme.
If consciousness is transdimensional in nature (not restricted to the four-dimensional level of material reality) then the material-reductionist assumption that consciousness depends on and is an epiphenomenon of brain function must be false.