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American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. nanometer.
- abbr. nautical mile
- abbr. nuclear magneton
- n. metrology Symbol for the nanometer (nanometre), an SI unit of length equal to 10−9 meters (metres).
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- n. a state in southwestern United States on the Mexican border
- n. a metric unit of length equal to one billionth of a meter
“Add the heavy weight of weapons plus a reserve so you can loiter in the landing pattern a few minutes on return and I think a combat radius of 410 nm is reasonable.”
“It's a good thing Congress does not have to pass a bill instructing farmers when to close the barn door to prevent their animals from making an escape. guy in nm”
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“If M is a unital module, the expression nm has the same meaning in this sense as it does thinking of This example already shows that not every module has a basis.”
“i think he was refurring to break up with bella in nm”
“Scotopic peak is around 500 nm, which is in the blue range, which is why blue lights are so easily sensed.”
“Mie scattering particles are larger than a wavelenth of light, larger than 400-800 nm in other words, so 1 micron is near the Mie limit.”
“Our estimated λ max from averaged spectral data from Bombus impatiens green photoreceptors was 539 nm, which is closer to that for the Sardinian population; however the spread in our data was such that there was no statistically significant difference with either of the”
“ALL Specs In On 55 nm, which is still in server high ender & other chips galore. then maybe enough attention to clear still unstable waters of 40/45 nm, will be strenghting agent.”
“Basically, this means that an infrared laser diode pumps out 808 nm, which is then altered to 1,064 nm, which is then shot into a crystal that doubles the frequency to produce the green beam at 532 nm.”
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