centimeter


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Synonyms for centimeter

a metric unit of length equal to one hundredth of a meter

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According to the study released by the Forestry Bureau earlier this week, the team sampled the air at eight different national forest parks, and discovered that Manyueyuan contains the highest density of negative ions at its Virgin Falls area, reaching up to 27,192 negative ions per cubic centimeter.
According to the Doy-an news agency, the heavy snowfall started on Tuesday and continued throughout the week, causing 70 centimeters of snow to fall in some villages in the Ecatalca district.
This would be the case if we assume that the tablets were each 25 centimeters long by 20 centimeters wide by 2 centimeters thick, and the density of the stone was 156 pounds/cubic foot (2.
Draw an equilateral triangle with each side measuring 9 centimeters (above left).
The upstream weir was located 29 centimeters from the farthest upstream position, and the second was located immediately downstream from the downstream screen frame.
In the middle of this sea of intense, coarse, unforgiving black the heart-size gold ball is to sit in lonely splendor, surrounded by a circle of one hundred replicas, each 10 centimeters high, of the Old Kingdom figures known as Witnesses: mummies with their knees drawn up, staring straight ahead.
Global Positioning System (GPS) equipment in Southeast Asia chronicled the ground's sudden horizontal surge of several centimeters in a matter of minutes during and after the quake.
The new 20-micron hydrocarbon membrane, when used in direct methanol fuel cells (DMFC) being developed for micro power applications such as notebook computers and cell phones, produces an unprecedented 200 milliwatts of peak power per square centimeter of material at 70C -- a level which allows for a significant reduction in the size, weight and cost of the fuel cell "stack", a key component in the fuel cell system.
5, with scale centimeter by centimeter packing individual, sterile, shot 15mm connector, radiopaque tip line type disposable murphy,endotracheal pvc pipe no.
Simply cutting one centimeter of tissue around a cancerous area can spare women with ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) from the unpleasant side effects of radiation treatments, said Dr.
1, Marquez underwent surgery at the University of Southern California to remove a 12 centimeter by 7 centimeter section of her liver.
MRIs detect more than twice as many tumors as mammography, in that they can recognize smaller growths of only 5 millimeters, which is actually one-eighth the volume of a 1 centimeter tumor.
Contract awarded for nasogastric tube use: nasogastric; calibre fr: 12; graduated: yes; minimum length: 100 centimeter (s); maximum length: 115 centimeter (s);
To test the feasibility of implanting the sensors in the body, Strano's group placed oxidase- and ferricyanide-coated nanotubes inside a sealed glass tube a centimeter long and 200 microns thick.
Copper burns out at one million amps per square centimeter while nanotubes can carry up to a billion amps per square centimeter.