hundred-thousandth love

hundred-thousandth

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  • This required the construction of the world's largest cryogenic facility and the use of millions of miles of superconducting wire, all of it no thicker than one hundred-thousandth the width of a human hair, wound together in a unique way to make the cables.

    Tevatron collider falls silent today after 26 years of smash hits

  • Our species has inhabited this planet for about one hundred-thousandth the age of the galaxy, and it was merely a century ago that we began to transmit radio waves.

    The Loneliest Planet

  • With a flash duration of one hundred-thousandth of a second, the stroboscope finally revealed the motion of wings that had been too fast for other cameras to capture.

    Birdology

  • Extremely small differences of this kind in the temperature of the cosmic background radiation – in the range of a hundred-thousandth of a degree – offer an important clue to how the galaxies came into being.

    Press Release: The 2006 Nobel Prize in Physics

  • The resulting Gore-Tex-like mask is basically made up of one long fiber whose thickness is a hundred-thousandth the diameter of a strand of human hair.

    Radical Fabrics Weave Wonders

  • If you ever find a man who is fool enough to marry you, he will be a lucky man if you only love him half as well, a quarter as well, a hundred-thousandth part as well, as I loved your father.

    Armadale

  • If the people numbers a hundred thousand, the condition of the subject undergoes no change, and each equally is under the whole authority of the laws, while his vote, being reduced to a hundred-thousandth part, has ten times less influence in drawing them up.

    The Social Contract

  • At which time he wondered for the hundred-thousandth time how he was going to resolve the discord in his home without pulling rank and acting like the sort of paterfamilias he completely despised.

    In the Presence of the Enemy

  • The Mother of the Moon Here the sun was only first among the stars, a hundred-thousandth as bright as over Luna, less than a tenth of full Earth.

    The Stars Are Also Fire

  • Here the sun was only first among the stars, a hundred-thousandth as bright as over Luna, less than a tenth of full Earth.

    The Stars Are Also Fire

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