Spaces [noun]

Definition of Spaces:

room, scope

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Sentence/Example of Spaces:

Spaces for doors and windows were let in among the book-cases.

Spaces here and there had been wrested from the jungle and planted with bananas and cane and orange groves.

But the Spaces PT and πτ on either hand, will not be illuminated by them all, and therefore will appear coloured.

Spaces of proper sizes are provided for all Stamps, and the book is bound in a superior manner in gilt cloth.

Spaces in stacks of bricks, holes in the ground or in buildings, and window-sills are held in high esteem as nesting sites.

Spaces b b were removed in the same way, but a knife was used in the concave part of the curve.

Spaces in which types of patterns other than whorls are present are disregarded in computing the primary.

Spaces of this kind should be used only in exceptional cases and not at all as a common practice.

Spaces were contrived here and there to store away their accumulations of provisions.

As Swedenborg says: “Spaces and times in spiritual life have relation to states of love and are mutable with these.”