centimetre


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centimetre

(US), centimeter
one hundredth of a metre
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In men-only homes the loos had 250.4 germs per cubic centimetre and 40.4 on the chopping boards.
Women who measured 51 centimetres or more at birth were 17 per cent more likely to develop breast cancer than those who had a birth length of 49 centimetres.
Use of asthma inhalers was found to cut half a centimetre from an average annual growth rate of six to nine centimetres.
Microbiologists at Aston University discovered that on average the dirtiest part of the car is the gear stick, with 356 germs identified every square centimetre.
McNeillis added four centimetres to Jonathan Moore's four-year-old championship best performance when he long jumped 7.50 metres.
Naeem Taj performed the surgery on Rasheeda Bibi for removing the world's longest gall bladder measuring 25.5 centimetres through a one centimetre umbilical incision, on June 14, 2011,The News reports.
No doubt, Coun Dark, like the rest of us, learned at school that one metre equals ten decimetres, 100 centimetres and 1,000 millimetres.
On the morning of May 23, the water level stood at about 570 centimetres. It is now expected that the Danube will gradually drop.
Heavy rainfall was recorded in Bhunter in Kullu at 51.2 centimetres, 45 millimetres at Salooni in Chamba, 47.2 millimetres at Banjar, 35 millimetres at Kufri and 32 millimetresEeat Kotkhai.
For instance, vehicles with engine capacities of 2,950 cubic centimetres to 3,549 would pay GHS1,000 as levy.
centimetres likely, with centimetres in northern Ireland, and the "Two to five centimetres of snow is likely fairly widely, with 10-20 cm in places, mainly northern Scotland, Northern Ireland, north Wales and the Midlands.
Archive Abdelwahab's oud is 70.8 centimetres long and the depth of the soundbox is 18.5 centimetres.