a paradox resulting from the notion that a task requiring an infinite number of steps could be performed in a finite time by halving the duration of each step.
noun 1. Chiefly British. a tax in addition to a normal tax, as one upon income above a certain amount. 2. a surtax. noun 1. a tax levied in addition to the basic tax, esp a graduated surtax on incomes above a certain level
/ˈsuːpəˌtiːtʃə/ noun 1. (Brit, education) an informal name for an advanced skills teacher
noun 1. the act of stretching or straining. 2. the state of being stretched or strained. 3. mental or emotional strain; intense, suppressed suspense, anxiety, or excitement. 4. a strained relationship between individuals, groups, nations, etc. 5. (not in current use) pressure, especially of a vapor. 6. Mechanics. the longitudinal deformation of an elastic body […]
adjective 1. pertaining to, consisting of, or representing the earth as distinct from other planets. 2. of or relating to land as distinct from water. 3. Botany. growing on land; not aquatic. growing in the ground; not epiphytic or aerial. 4. Zoology. living on or in the ground; not aquatic, arboreal, or aerial. 5. of […]