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spatial in Shapes, patterns topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishspatialspa‧tial /ˈspeɪʃəl/ adjective  CFrelating to the position, size, shape etc of thingsspatially adverb
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spatialWhat many such individuals have done is to use their superior spatial abilities to buttress their weaker verbal pattern comprehension abilities.Of these spatial concentrations of modernized industry, Chirton Industrial Estate is the oldest.In particular, the spatial irregularity apparent in Fig. 22.8 reflects irregular fluctuations in time.The result is that their high social mobility does not entail high levels of long distance spatial mobility.The space-economy for example is simply the spatial pattern of organization created by the industrial economy; it is not an independent variable.The problem is one of relating the spatial pattern with the spatial process.Girls who were exposed to male hormones in the womb are better at spatial tasks.Spatialization is the invention of a spatial world as the map upon which we plot experience.