centimetre


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centimetre

(US), centimeter
one hundredth of a metre
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Use of asthma inhalers was found to cut half a centimetre from an average annual growth rate of six to nine centimetres.
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.
Where we have gone wrong in this country is to ignore centimetres completely and express all measurements less than one metre in millimetres, which are much more complicated.
5 centimetres through a one centimetre umbilical incision, on June 14, 2011,The News reports.
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.
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 million Swedish men and women with adult heights ranging between a diminutive 100 centimetres (3.
The flash floods, which topped dams and caused numerous mudslides, came after the state was hit by heavy rainfall, at times dumping almost 3 centimetres an hour.