face measure

face measure

1. The measurement of the area of a board; surface measure, superficial measure. 2. The face width.
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Youths who face Measure 11 charges - serious crimes that come with mandatory sentences and often mean teens are tried as adults - will take priority with detention beds going to them as they await trial.
The three could face Measure 11 sentences that come with a minimum of six years and three months in prison.
Under state law, minors age 15 and older must be charged as adults whenever they face Measure 11 allegations.
Because he is younger than 15, the 14-year-old will be tried in juvenile court and will not face Measure 11 sentencing guidelines.
The information leaflet given to us says that the original veil with the imprint of the Holy Face measures 6.
US Ambassador Nikki Haley said the United States was working with China, Pyongyang's main ally, on a new sanctions resolution and warned that all countries must step up action against North Korea or face measures themselves.
The slot in our Caspian slide above the breech face measures .
So news that Devon's amateur explorer extraordinaire was off to Alaska to film brown bears must have elicited jubilee-style street Watch face MEASURES 11/2 inches (4cm) including 10 inches (25.
The gentlemen's watch face measures 03cm diameter case and the ladies' measures 02.
Business will face measures including a cut in the amount of loan interest which is tax-deductible and the cutting of an existing tax break on capital gains from certain share sales -- moves worth around 4 billion and 2 billion euros each.
Adopting tough, in your face measures for tackling insurgency can be explained to a civil population.
Goeldi surrendered at 2:15 pm (1215 GMT) two hours after the expiry of an ultimatum for the Swiss embassy to hand him over to serve a four-month jail term or face measures.