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conversion table

[kən′vər·zhən ‚tā·bəl]
(science and technology)
A list of equivalent values for converting from one set of units to another.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Every implementation had its conversion table which was different from others.
Likewise, a similar new byte conversion table can be created at the time of decryption to achieve decryption optimization.
The pilot doesn't have to dig through the AIM finding a conversion table if RVR is inop or not reported.
Care would need to be placed on the medications and conversion table detailed in the book to ensure the locally used medications and conversion tables are referred to.
Part of the series "Commerce Exterior," 2012-, these pieces paralleled a group of works from the series "Conversion Table," 2012, installed nearby: large headless torsos with long, point; breasts (a droopy version of the Madonna bullet bra) cast in aluminum, iron, or a concrete-manure blend and adorned, around their necks, with similarly decorative coin necklaces.
The problem occurred when, through human error, the company used last year's conversion table instead of this year's, according to Patricia C.
Grimble's Introduction is reprinted practically verbatim in each, and the first three appendices in both (Apportioning Scales and Scrolls, Metric Conversion Table, and Glossary) are identical.
Finally there is a common unit to express distances that, in spite of its widespread use, cannot be found in any conversion table. When asking for a route and distance in the countryside, a guajiro may casually reply that your address is located "al cantio de un gallo", or the distance where a rooster's voice can be heard.
Each sample recipe is designed for dogs of a specific weight; no information is given on how to use the recipes for other dogs, but the same conversion table (see sidebar) could be used.
Appended are: (1) International Space Station Standard Menu Nutritional Data; and (2) Cooking Conversion Table. (Contains 3 footnotes.)
The volume comprises six chapters, a glossary of technical terms, recipes from medieval Arabic cookbooks, genealogical and dynastic tables, and a conversion table for Christian solar and Islamic lunar calendars.