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centimetre

(US), centimeter
one hundredth of a metre
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They found that for every extra 10 centimetres in height, the overall risk of developing cancer increased by 11% for men and 18% for women.
Use of asthma |inhalers was found to cut half a centimetre from an average annual growth rate of six to nine centimetres
com, Boulder received more than 18 centimetres of rain in 15 hours, easily beating the previous record rainfall of 12 centimetres in 1919.
The trampoline is worst among household items, with 640,000 germs in every 100 square centimetres - an area about the size of a coaster.
I would suggest that if five centimetres is our problem, then we really, really do have a snow problem.
Abaseline, or starting point, for birth length was taken to be 49 centimetres and for head circumference 33 centimetres.
A general soil cover 30 centimetres thick is placed over the fibre clay, followed by 15 centimetres of topsoil and grass.
Most of these samples are channel samples between 15 and 30 centimetres, extracted directly from the quartz veins.
No doubt Coun Dark, like the rest of us, learned at school that one metre equals ten decimetres, 100 centimetres and 1,000 millimetres.
5 centimetres through a one centimetre umbilical incision, on June 14, 2011,The News reports.
As of 9 am (0000 GMT) Thursday, the fresh snowfall pushed the levels to 275 centimetres in Aomori prefecture in the far north of the country's main island, 204 centimetres in Tottori in the west, and 202 centimetres in Niigata, on the coast of the island's centre, the agency said.
A Firth Of Clyde SAA trip to Torness Power Station produced a winning bag of seven bass for 299 centimetres for Ronnie O'Brien, with Kenny Greason landing five for 252 centimetres.