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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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No significant association was found between involvement in high-tech production and the two other board measures. Hypothesis 6 was only partly supported.
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 board measures 115 mm X 165 mm (4.5" X 6.5") and is compatible with the new Embedded Platform for Industrial Computing (EPIC) standard.
The board measures 5.2" with dimensions of 203 mm X 146 mm.