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A box that measures 4 feet "X" has a volume of 64 cubic feet

There isn't a one-word answer. The simplest thing to say would be: A box that measures 4 feet on a side has an volume of 64 cubic feet.
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A box that measures 4 feet "X" has a volume of 64 cubic feet

A "four foot square" would normally mean a square of side length 4 feet. Likewise a "four foot cube" would mean a cube of edge length 4 feet. Because the foot is a unit of linear ...
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A box that measures 4 feet "X" has a volume of 64 cubic feet

A floor that measures 4 feet square has an area of 16 square feet A room that measures 4 feet cubed has a volume of 64 cubic feet.
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"Aforementioned" vs. "aforesaid"

As SF. "said", as it implies. In an affidavit you don't want to "mention" anything to the facts you are now making public as you assert your standing. You do state the facts as ...

Why is the adjectival order "noble eightfold path" on the one hand yet "octadic patrician way" on the other?

In Buddhism, there is a "noble eightfold path". That is, a path, that is noble, and has eight components. Yet we don't have *"patrician octadic way" but rather "octadic ...
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I'm looking for a word that describes someone who dislikes change/is afraid of it

According to the Cambridge Dictionary, a luddite is a person who is opposed to the introduction of new working methods, especially new machines someone who is against the introduction of new ...
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I'm looking for a word that describes someone who dislikes change/is afraid of it

Creating a character with such a nuanced trait is fascinating! While “metathesiophobic” and “neophobic” are close, they might not perfectly capture the essence you’re looking for. Here are a few ...

A word combining 'menacing' and 'trashy'

I suggest the simple word mean which has a lot of nuance. The woman had a mean tattoo. Cambridge Dictionary has for the adjective mean: unkind or unpleasant: Stop being so mean to me! frightening ...
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"...a wealth of additional informative information." looks somehow wrong to me - redundant to call information informative or OK? Missing comma?

You are correct. informative information is redundant. Whether you like the quality of the information or not it is by definition informative. When information is new or at least previously unknown ...
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