from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A unit of length equal to one hundredth (10-2) of a meter. See Table at measurement.
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- n. US spelling of centimetre.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The hundredth part of a meter; a measure of length equal to rather more than thirty-nine hundredths (0.3937) of an inch. See meter.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In the metric system, a measure of length, the hundredth part of a meter, equal to 0.3937+ of an English inch: that is, one inch equals 2.54 centimeters, as nearly as possible. Also spelled centimetre, and abbreviated cm.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a metric unit of length equal to one hundredth of a meter
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"steel [7.86 grams per cubic centimeter] is the lightest of the bunch, followed by bismuth, at 9.60 gms/cc; Tungsten-Iron, at 10.30; Tungsten Matrix, at 10.60; lead, at 11.10; and, the real heavyweight in the ring, Hevi-Shot, at 12 gms/cc."
But that is not happening so far and if you have a one-foot tsunami, that certainly doesn't do anything except maybe if you're right on the shore and so far no reports of any damage from the 12 - centimeter, which is about a foot by the time you go trough the top of the ridge.
And that's where they found it, a 2.4 - centimeter, which is pretty significant.
Some of the milk brought to the cities contains as many as 15,000,000 bacteria per cubic centimeter, that is, about 600,000 per drop.
The Kepler team reported that the exoplanet's density is 8.8 grams per cubic centimeter, which is far denser than Earth's 5.5 grams per cubic centimeter.
However, they are limited to cooling about 50 watts per square centimeter, which is good enough for standard computer chips but not for "power electronics" in military weapons systems and hybrid and electric vehicles, Garimella said.
A Fibroadenoma can be anywhere from one centimeter to five centimeter, which is from less than half an inch to almost two inches.
It registers fifteen thousand microsiemens per centimeter, meaning there might be lots of minerals or ions present.
The photo itself is at least a centimeter smaller in diameter than the picture in the other passport, but the look she's giving the camera seems to suggest that if it dares to squeeze her even a hair's breadth more she'll break the tethers of her passivity, climb onto the page, and start kicking things to make some room.
Those footprints, indelibly pressed into the soft mud of a shallow temporary lake by Aboriginal hunters, allowed archaeologist Stephen Webb to calculate that one of the men, a 194 centimeter giant named T8, reached speeds of 37.3 kilometers per hour.
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