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board measure

[′bȯrd ‚mezh·ər]
(engineering)
Measurement of lumber in board-feet. Abbreviated bm.

board measure

A system of measuring lumber: In the US the term board foot is used; in many countries using the SI system of units, the term board metre is used.
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According to the Guinness Book of World Records' official website, the world's largest permanent and functional Monopoly board measures 31 feet by 31 feet and is made of granite.
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There are concerns that the pollutants released into the air cause damage to the environment and crematoria are considering this issue and taking on board measures to reduce carbon emissions during the process.
The board measures 11 inches deep and 16 inches wide and the list of his golf victories now totals 60, including the latest additions.
The criteria the board measures itself against is partly company-specific, but there are some general responsibilities that apply to all boards.
None of the subliminal messages resulted in substantial changes in three board measures of disordered thinking.
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The Diamond Vision board measures 38 by 21 feet, two feet wider than Dodger Stadium's.