final mass

final mass

[¦fīn·əl ′mas]
(aerospace engineering)
The mass of a rocket after its propellants are consumed.
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Thousands filled the graduation marquee at Aberdeen University as the final mass ceremonies took place.
For logs/blocks, initial and final mass, density and chemistry will be measured.
PANAMA CITY (AP) -- Pope Francis celebrated a final Mass on Sunday before an estimated 700,000 people and presidents from across Central America as he brought World Youth Day to a close on a Panama City field splashed with flags from across the Americas.
BY MICHAEL MCHUGH ONE of the largest churches in Ireland - due to be razed because of dwindling attendances and structural problems - celebrated its final Mass yesterday.
Some 10,000 people flocked to his final Mass in a chilly but sun-soaked Freedom Square near Tallinn's charming medieval center.
More than 500,000 people are expected to flock to Phoenix Park for the final Mass, trip Pope Francis with popular musical acts scheduled to perform at the ceremony.
He arrives for the concluding events of the World Meeting of Families and will be chief celebrant at the final Mass in Dublin's Pheonix Park on August 26.
Froome crashed into a grass section on the side of the road with five kilometres left and was quickly back on his bike, but the speeding peloton did not wait as preparations for the final mass sprint had started.
A spokesperson for the Diocese of Salford said: "This weekend a final Mass will be said at the church.
Parishioners past and present attended the final Mass at Our Lady's Chapel on Altham Lane, Huncoat, which will now close following a review by the Diocese of Salford.
All Souls Church was founded in the 1890s but closed its doors with a final Mass on November 2, 2010, just months after football legends Sir Bobby Charlton, Denis Law and Nobby Stiles went to the church for the funeral of Busby Babe Albert Scanlon.
Without opening the bag, measure the final mass of the bag and its contents.

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