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cu·bi·cal

 (kyo͞o′bĭ-kəl)
adj.
1. Cubic.
2. Of or relating to volume.

cu′bi·cal·ly adv.
cu′bi·cal·ness n.
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In 3D case, the amount of memory required for computing is cubically proportional to the model spatial size, and that's why the maximum model size is limited by the amount of computer RAM.
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This room contained electric metallic heaters, was cubically shaped, and also contained windows together with a metal fire door and two white display boards on one of the walls.
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