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Synonyms for circumference

Synonyms for circumference

a line around a closed figure or area

Synonyms for circumference

the size of something as given by the distance around it


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the boundary line encompassing an area or object

the length of the closed curve of a circle

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Measuring the circumference of the Earth (CircumEarth)
In addition to the benefits of height gains and dismantling ease, the innovative design allows dust extraction to be provided by a continuous circular channel on the spiral's outside circumference with a compressed air in-feed from the center channel.
Analogy of obtained results showed that the swimmers' arm circumferences are similar to non-athletes' ones, and the ankle circumference comply with body weight pattern.
The Circumference Group has set up a hedge fund--managed by CG President John Haley and registered with the Arkansas Securities Department--to invest in publicly traded companies and is just beginning to accept third-party investors.
The ratio of femur length to head circumference averaged 21 in the control group and 21.
In addition, unaffected co-twins could represent "an intermediate phenotype between affected individuals whose head circumferences correlate negatively and truly unaffected and unrelated individuals whose head circumferences correlate positively with IQ.
Cardiologist Dr Eric Larose said doctors can measure risk through waist circumference.
The overall possible relationship between percent body fat estimations from body circumference and skinfold thickness measurements and the BIA were sought.
For Rater III, computations using both femur length and abdominal circumference resulted in the lowest mean PsOG.
Using a simple tape measure, the Italian scientists found wrist circumference explained 12% of differences in levels of insulin resistance and blood insulin between children.
A longitudinal nutrition study was conducted to determine the relationship between waist circumference and shorter life expectancy, as well as type 2 diabetes, insulin resistance, and coronary heart disease.
A US team compared waist circumference and death rates in a population of 48,500 men and 56,343 women aged 50 and older.
In questioning my letter regarding the relation between the earth's spin and the length of the year, (GDN November 5), it seems that Jamil Amin, 'Warming to a Theme' (GDN November 12), imagines the Earth rolling along its orbit in the same way that a wheel rolls along the ground, in which case the distance covered per unit time would equate to the circumference x the rate of spin.
The men were grouped according to the length and circumference of their penis--smaller, medium and larger-for both variables independently.
6in (60cm) in circumference were less likely to develop heart disease or die early.