A 3-D object with parallelograms for each of its six faces. A parallelogram is defined as a four-sided, 2-D object where each side is the length of the side opposite it, such a rectangle or square.
Refers to Frederick Winslow Taylor, the author of The Principles of Scientific Management, who helped create the first assembly line by having workers engage in repetitive, mechanical motions.
Relating to the precise measurement of time.
Relating to a higher, spiritual realm.
Providing moral or ethical benefit or instruction.
Refers to an ancient system of mathematics still used today to describe geometry and algebra. More complex theories, like those relating to irrational or imaginary numbers, are not included in Euclidian mathematics.
An insensitive, stupid person.
A small peak or dome at the top of a building.
Cocky or disrespectful.
A smooth, oscillating curve.
A poetic term referring to a rhythm involving a stressed or long syllable, followed by a unstressed or short one.
A window of adjustable glass slats or blinds.
In British English, a bandage or Band-Aid.
Without knowledge of mathematics.
Complete agreement or consensus.
God, as depicted in the Old Testament.
A direct-current electrical generator.
The tendency of systems to decline, or for order to give rise to disorder.
A small grey and black bird.
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The Table of Hours was the daily schedule designated by the One State. Everything was regimented, timed, and scheduled..... the hours for sleep, eating, and even sex are regulated, no exceptions allowed.