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centimetre

(US), centimeter
one hundredth of a metre
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Two to five centimetres of snow is likely, with 10-20 centimetres in places, mainly northern Scotland, Northern Ireland, north Wales and the Midlands.
When the snow stops and if the snow accumulation reaches eight centimetres, plows will be sent to the local roads.
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.
I would suggest that if five centimetres is our problem, then we really, really do have a snow problem.
Islamabad, Jan 10( ANI ): A Pakistani surgeon has made it to the Guinness Book of World Records by successfully removing the world's longest gall bladder through a 1 centimetre umbilical incision.
The agency predicted up to another 50 centimetres of snow on the Sea of Japan coast and in the northern part of the country through Friday morning.
Abaseline, or starting point, for birth length was taken to be 49 centimetres and for head circumference 33 centimetres.
BRIAN Noon, ofGreat Crosby, writes: ``Your banner headline occupies 30 column centimetres (5cm x 6 cols), with a pathetic joke about Sven and his lady-love occupying 3 column centimetres (1.
Snow accumulations of up to 38 centimetres were reported in parts of southern and western New York, while 25 centimetres and 18 centimetres were recorded in northeastern Ohio and Boston, respectively.
A general soil cover 30 centimetres thick is placed over the fibre clay, followed by 15 centimetres of topsoil and grass.
At 15 centimetres in length and with seven centimetres of foam, the LE Long is no heavier than the regular five-centimetre-thick model.
Most of these samples are channel samples between 15 and 30 centimetres, extracted directly from the quartz veins.