true dimensions

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A singular idea," replied Nicholl; "but it is probable that Kepler did not know the true dimensions of these circles, for the digging of them would have been the work of giants quite impossible for the Selenites.
The Houthi takeover in northern Yemen has created a dangerous situation that should have alerted the world powers to the true dimensions of Iran's expansionist project, and now some other countries are worried that Turkey may be flexing its own muscles in former African parts of the Ottoman Empire.
In the conclusion to their study, the scientists at the institute acknowledged that all their expeditions and efforts at summarisation have produced no more than a rough estimate of the phenomenon's true dimensions.
This will allow visitors to feel like they are in the actual house, feel the true dimensions and space and also enjoy the actual views they would see inside the development.
All should beware of the true dimensions behind targeting the heart of the Lebanese capital by means of attacking its unique banking sector that has and still endures wars, as well as Israeli invasions and attempts to catch up with our expertise and free economic system," Berri's statement said.
Race is at the forefront of the national conversation, and yet, as in the '70s, generations of Americans are uninformed about the true dimensions of slavery, or prefer to remain ignorant of its scope and lingering effects.
Both sellers and buyers should exercise common sense and evaluate all factors in their true dimensions rather than being led into making wrong decisions either by over-optimism or over-pessimism.
The true dimensions of that strange organization were never really uncovered and those who formed it were never properly tried and punished.
The declaration by the UN of 2017 as the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development is a unique opportunity to advance the contribution of the tourism sector to the three pillars of sustainability economic, social and environmental, while raising awareness of the true dimensions of a sector which is often undervalued said UNWTO Secretary-General, Taleb Rifai.
It would be a decade after the end of World War I when journalism could begin to reflect on the true dimensions of this tragedy that had been manipulated so shamefully.
And because I know the true dimensions of the fingerprint features on this phantom, I can better evaluate fingerprint readers.
Robertson is certainly not the "wacko" his detractors have constructed; he is a man of enormous importance in American political and cultural history, and there will still be ample opportunity for future scholars to chart the true dimensions of his impact.