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matrix -- as in: arranged in a matrix
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The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
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  • Our printing-house often wanted sorts, and there was no letter-founder in America; I had seen types cast at James’s in London, but without much attention to the manner; however, I now contrived a mould, made use of the letters we had as puncheons, struck the matrices in lead, And thus supply’d in a pretty tolerable way all deficiencies.

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  • a matrix of connective tissue
  • Grace probably assumed we were barricaded in a room upstairs and would Matrix-hop her way up a wall to the busted-out window on the other side of the building.
    Rick Yancey  --  The Infinite Sea

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