A LINE has but one recognized dimension, length; a plane has two dimensions, length and breadth; a solid adds a third dimension, thickness. But to each rightly belongs another element of measurement seldom acknowledged or even indeed credited, lacking which the line fades, the surface disappears, the mass disintegrates, and once again is the earth "without form, and void.
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