01. The [dimensions] of the room are about 15 feet by 20 feet.02. Sony is working on new technology to produce video games that are truly three [dimensional].03. It is impossible to really know the [dimensions] of the problem until we have spoken with all the people affected.04. The [dimensions] of the oil find are even greater than originally predicted.05. The [dimensions] of a regulation doubles tennis court are 36' x 78'.06. We'd better calculate the [dimensions] of the playground we're building, so we know how much gravel to put under the play structure.07. His measurements of the [dimensions] of the room were not very accurate.08. Oliver Wendell Holmes once remarked that man's mind stretched to a new idea never goes back to its original [dimensions].09. The ancient Egyptians viewed death as a transition to a similar existence in a different [dimension].10. The [dimensions] of the tragedy of the terrorist attacks on New York are still difficult to comprehend.11. We'd better check the [dimensions] of the room again before we start cutting this new carpet.12. Sigmund Freud believed that the roots of human behavior lay in the mind's irrational, unconscious [dimensions].13. The [dimensions] of the locks in the Panama Canal limit the size of ships that can use the waterway.14. Repeated studies show that individuals who are physically attractive are perceived as superior on a variety of [dimensions].15. Homelessness is a [multidimensional] problem which cannot be resolved by simply passing laws against loitering.16. Computer chat rooms have added a whole new [dimension] to the dating process.17. Your education will take on a new [dimension] when you begin to organize what you learn in your own way.
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