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What is the usage of the word infinities? Is the term infinite infinities correct, and how is it used?

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Aside from use in mathematics, it may also appear in poetry. Some examples found using Google...

But, my love for you is infinite infinities!

To infinite infinities,/as the spirits He set free.

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Even I find those poems cutesy beyond the point of nausea and look, I have a unicorn avatar plus I quite like rainbows and glitter. – z7sg Ѫ Aug 30 '11 at 16:17
@z7sg Ѫ - Yeah. I'm not sure it sees much use, outside of Vogon poetry. – T.E.D. Aug 30 '11 at 17:43

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