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Length

Meanings and phrases

length

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n.
  1. the linear extent in space from one end to the other; the longest dimension of something that is fixed in place
  2. continuance in time; duration
  3. the property of being the extent of something from beginning to end
  4. size of the gap between two places; distance
  5. a section of something that is long and narrow

arm 's length

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n.
  1. a distance sufficient to exclude intimacy

at arm 's length

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adv.
  1. at some distance

at length

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adv.
  1. in a lengthy or prolix manner; lengthily

body length

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n.
  1. the length of your body
E.g.
  • It is also one of the largest (body length 10 mm.).
  • It has a head and body length of and with a tail.
  • "Neoscona theisi" females have a body length up to .

cable length

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n.
  1. a nautical unit of depth; cable; cable's length

cable 's length

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n.
  1. a nautical unit of depth; cable; cable length

focal length

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n.
  1. the distance from a lens to its focus; focal distance
E.g.
  • The normal focal length is at about 25 millimetres.
  • MAHLI has an focal length and a 33.8–38.5° field of view.
  • It is the change in focal length that then affects the DOF.

length of service

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n.
  1. duration of service; longevity
E.g.
  • Due to his length of service, he was given a furlough home.
  • The length of service for the auxiliary policemen is 21 months, which is identical to that of ROK Army enlistments.
  • It is believed that, combined with his length of service, contributed to Maine voters approving legislative term limits in 1993.

total length

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E.g.
  • This annual killifish grows to a total length of .
  • They are small fish, no more than in total length.
  • The bridge has three spans and a total length of .

entire length

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E.g.
  • The river is navigable for its entire length of .
  • The entire length of the highway is within Nayarit.

full length

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  • The full length of the R619 is within County Cork.
  • The full length of the court is 13.4 metres (44 ft).
  • It was a full length role along with N. T. Rama Rao.

overall length

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  • The overall length rose by and the wheelbase rose by .
  • The overall length of the railroad was about 11.5 miles.
  • They had an overall length of , a beam of and a draught of .

length of time

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  • This length of time the construction required.
  • Minimizing the length of time spent in this phase is essential.
  • The enrichment must be varied to remain effective for any length of time.

maximum length

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  • The tawny nurse shark grows to a maximum length of .
  • The fish grow to a maximum length of 40 cm (15.8 in).
  • Purple tangs grow to a maximum length of near .

reach a length

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  • Shells of "Gyrineum perca" can reach a length of .
  • This species can reach a length of in total length.
  • Stems reach a length of more than and in thickness.

cm in length

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  • This angelfish grows to a size of 50 cm in length.
  • The Agulhas long-billed lark is 18–20 cm in length.
  • It grows to an average size of 16.6 cm in length.

along the length

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  • Low benches were built along the length of the walls.
  • It runs along the length of the Santa Lucia Highlands AVA.
  • Thus illumination was restricted to a belt along the length of the canal.

mm in length

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E.g.
  • Adults of the species grow to 180–260 mm in length.
  • The shells of adults vary from 20 to 60 mm in length.
  • It reaching 40 mm in length at its last instar.

same length

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E.g.
  • Not all plant cells will grow to the same length.
  • It is worn on the same length at the front and back.
  • They are about the same length as the palm.

half a length

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  • She finished second, beaten half a length by the colt Catchpole.
  • Ridden by Thierry Jarnet, she won by half a length from Alice Springs.
  • As they crossed the line, Ryland took the victory, but by only half a length.

snout–vent length

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E.g.
  • Adult males measure and females in snout–vent length.
  • Adult males measure and adult females in snout–vent length.

minutes in length

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E.g.
  • Each Season 3 episode is now 60 minutes in length.
  • Most videos are around five to ten minutes in length.
  • Each Season 2 episode is 30 minutes in length.

short length

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  • His record belies the short length of his tenure.
  • Leggings also come in capri length and bike short length.
  • The first short length film (2017.

feet in length

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E.g.
  • It is expected to weigh 785lb and be 15 feet in length.
  • It is 135 feet high and 845 feet in length at the crest.
  • It was 175.6 feet in length and had a breadth of 34 feet.

along its length

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E.g.
  • Its width varies along its length.
  • The rhomboidal head shows large compound eyes set midway along its length.
  • Instead of being split along its length, it is now split across its width.

standard length

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E.g.
  • This species grows to a length of standard length.
  • The white suckerfish can reach in standard length.
  • They grow to around to about 25 cm standard length.

average length

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  • The bird's average length is , with a wingspan of .
  • The average length of unemployment was 20.4 months.
  • The queens have an average length of , and a wingspan of .

km in length

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  • The lagoon is 21 km in length and just under 1 km wide.
  • There are around 600 plants over an area 1.2 km in length.
  • It was originally about a km in length.

hull length

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  • She had a total length of , a pressure hull length of , a beam of , a height of , and a draught of .

pressure hull length

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E.g.
  • She had a total length of , a pressure hull length of , a beam of , a height of , and a draught of .

whole length

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  • It's a four-lane motorway in its whole length.
  • The whole length can be more than five feet.
  • The long hood ran the whole length of those locomotives.

shell length

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E.g.
  • The maximum recorded shell length is 7.5 mm.
  • The maximum recorded shell length is 4.5 mm.
  • The maximum recorded shell length is 33 mm.

length between

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E.g.
  • The bond length between the carbon atom and the oxygen atom is 112.8 pm.
  • The ships had a length between perpendiculars of , a beam of and a deep draught of .
  • The maximum overall length of "Fennica" is and her length between perpendiculars is .

meters in length

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E.g.
  • The Ganges river dolphin ranges from 2.3 to 2.6 meters in length.
  • The fish has been known to reach 1.5 meters in length and weigh 1.4 kilograms.
  • This perennial herb has twining or trailing stems which can reach 1.2 meters in length.

maximum total length

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  • The reedfish reaches a maximum total length of .
  • This hawkfish reaches to a maximum total length of about .
  • Adult females are smaller with a maximum total length of .

centimeters in length

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E.g.
  • This species reaches about 38 centimeters in length.
  • There are ochrea up to 12 centimeters in length.
  • It grows to a size of 29 centimeters in length.

recorded shell length

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E.g.
  • The maximum recorded shell length is 7.5 mm.
  • The maximum recorded shell length is 4.5 mm.
  • The maximum recorded shell length is 33 mm.

metres in length

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  • The Detached Mole is 800 metres in length.
  • It measures 138.5 metres in length and 22.6 metres in width.
  • The dam's earth embankment is 38 metres high and 550 metres in length.

half the length

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E.g.
  • The palea is over half the length of the lemma.
  • Inferior appendages are about half the length and thick at base.
  • The aperture is white within and measures over half the length of shell.

feature length

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E.g.
  • In 2017 Bulajic began filming what is believed to be his last feature length film.
  • So I don't really, even though it runs feature length, I don't sort of think of it as a feature film.
  • In 2018/19 he is directing/producing documentary "Spank the Banker' and developing feature length script.

path length

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E.g.
  • It has a 1,877 meters of path length and 1,925 meters of total length.
  • It is due to the 1.5 µm path length through water, which is very short.
  • The "internal path length" is the sum of the lengths of all unique internal paths.

tail length

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E.g.
  • The head-and-body length slightly exceeds the tail length.
  • The tail length is between 13 and 16 cm and the weight is about .
  • The tail length for the model species for "O. nigripes" is 10.5 cm.

reaches a length

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E.g.
  • Thereby the river reaches a length of approximately .
  • It reaches a length of at least 50 mm.
  • This species reaches a length of TL.

equal length

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E.g.
  • An equilateral pentagon is a polygon with five sides of equal length.
  • The two outer bars are of equal length, and are longer than the middle bar.
  • Blunt cuts of the late 1980s brought long hair to an equal length across the back.

approximately in length

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E.g.
  • The zenaida dove is approximately in length.
  • The range is approximately in length with a width of about .
  • The river is approximately in length.

vowel length

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E.g.
  • It bears a strong relationship to vowel length.
  • /a/ has contrastive vowel length.
  • No two words differ in both the nasality of the vowels and vowel length.

miles in length

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E.g.
  • The channel's waterway is three and a half miles in length.
  • The longest run is .9 miles in length.
  • This is the longest R.J. Corman owned line, at over 300 miles in length.

m in length

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E.g.
  • Fronds are pinnate and usually 0.5–1 m in length.
  • Fronds may be bi- or tripinnate and 2–3 m in length.
  • Fronds may be bi- or tripinnate and 1–2 m in length.

runs the length

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  • The building now there runs the length of the block.
  • A gable roof runs the length of the structure.
  • The Ribble Way runs the length of the dale.

length of approximately

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E.g.
  • Thereby the river reaches a length of approximately .
  • The avenue has a length of approximately 2,700 metres.
  • It has a length of approximately .

first full length

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  • He also starred in Ron's first full length feature, "Grand Theft Auto".
  • He filmed his first full length documentary, "Quinta Plata", in New York in 2016.
  • April 30th 2019 the band's first full length in nine years, Kiss Off was released.

bond length

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E.g.
  • Its average bond length is 1.4 angstroms.
  • The magnitude of the bond order is associated with the bond length.
  • Molecular GeS in the gas phase has a Ge-S bond length of 201.21 pm.

inches in length

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E.g.
  • Most species are less than 5 inches in length.
  • Adult angels of this species can reach 9.8 inches in length.
  • Adult redlip blennies can reach two to four inches in length.

running the length

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E.g.
  • When ripe the husk splits into two halves along a ridge running the length of the fruit.
  • There is a purple, deep red or black stripe running the length of the aboral surface of each arm.
  • A 6,000-seat double-decked grandstand running the length of the field is situated along one side.

length album

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E.g.
  • They released one full length album, "Justice", in 1987.
  • They released a full length album, "Surprise Surprise", in December 1984.
  • They released one full length album, "Push Push One Day Too Far", in 1987.

length of up

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E.g.
  • The Japanese sawshark reaches a maximum length of up to .
  • Garda lake trout reach a length of up to .
  • Females grow to a standard length of up to , while males only reach .

full length album

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E.g.
  • They released one full length album, "Justice", in 1987.
  • They released a full length album, "Surprise Surprise", in December 1984.
  • They released one full length album, "Push Push One Day Too Far", in 1987.

great length

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E.g.
  • The Old Testament is frequently quoted, and often at great length.
  • Historians have presented the description of this battle at great length.
  • His will, of great length, was written on 16 August and proved on 6 December 1735.

down the length

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E.g.
  • That color slowly darkens down the length of the plant.
  • The keel is a strong median ridge running down the length of the sternum.
  • Ideally, the bore must be cylindrical and the rifling geometry the same down the length of the bore.

length and width

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E.g.
  • Shapes are limited to two dimensions: length and width.
  • Like a shape, a form has length and width, but it also has depth.
  • xanthostoma" females have a mean head length and width of 104 mm and 104 mm.

length and breadth

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E.g.
  • He would travel with it across the length and breadth of Sindh.
  • It is of medium size, eight square parasangs in length and breadth.
  • Love is said to be “ equal in length and breadth ” to the others, and Strife is described as equal to each of them in weight (fr.

length overall

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E.g.
  • Her length overall was 56 feet, with a draft of 8 feet.
  • They had a length overall of , a beam of , and a draught of .
  • 10 inches in length overall.

length of each

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E.g.
  • The length of each cell can vary from 10 to 21 mm.
  • "The length of each tributary is given in parentheses:"
  • In particular, the length of each base pair is the same.

mantle length

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E.g.
  • The males grow to at least 333mm in mantle length.
  • The largest specimen taken had a mantle length of 620mm.
  • Females become sexually mature at a mantle length of 130mm.

barrel length

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E.g.
  • The weights and overall and barrel length of the H.E.T.
  • No barrel length restrictions apply to the scope class in Nordic field biathlon.
  • A second authority held that the width of the bore was and the barrel length was .

around in length

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E.g.
  • Their antlers are around in length, and in girth.
  • Current estimates put "Kronosaurus" at around in length.
  • Sea caves are generally around in length, but may exceed .

variable length

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E.g.
  • In practice, variable length keys may be employed .
  • The "TSS" variable length intake ducts system was used.
  • A variable length space can be inserted between the code words.

track length

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E.g.
  • Any block size could be specified up to the maximum track length.
  • The track length through Westchester County was measured at around .
  • The three subway lines operating in Nuremberg cover a track length of 36 km.

length of around

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E.g.
  • Females have a body length of around , males around .
  • Females mature at a body length of around .
  • "Ctenochaetus hawaiiensis" grow to a maximum length of around .

measures in length

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E.g.
  • The Orange Line measures in length and counts 31 stations.
  • The male has been identified and typically measures in length.
  • The mosque measures in length along its north-south orientation.

original length

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  • The total original length was in 1960 estimated at , compared to with "B. altithorax".
  • The original length of copyright in the United States was 14 years, and it had to be explicitly applied for.
  • Most of the remixes featured on the compilation are edited down from their original length to be able to fit on the physical disc.

unit length

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E.g.
  • Then take any formula_23 of unit length.
  • The related "weight per unit length" is usually measured in tex or denier.
  • Second, let be the external force per unit length acting on a small segment of a chain as a function of .

length and wide

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E.g.
  • At its maximum extent, the lake is in length and wide.
  • The hairy brown pods are in length and wide.
  • It is in length and wide.

vary in length

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E.g.
  • Polydesmids have no eyes, and vary in length from .
  • Double bass bows vary in length, ranging from .
  • They vary in length, from one centimeter in diameter upwards.

pages in length

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E.g.
  • Over 20,000 pages in length, it is divided into 22 volumes, with 676 index pages.
  • The edition was 44 pages in length, with 2,000 index entries, and was printed in 200 copies.
  • More than 400 pages in length, the evaluation was the first of its kind in the history of the Organization.

edge length

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E.g.
  • This can be represented by a cube with an edge length of about 21 meters.
  • The distance from the solid's center to its vertices is equal to its edge length.
  • If the original cube has edge length 1, its dual polyhedron (an octahedron) has edge length formula_6.

similar length

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E.g.
  • The film consists of two parts of similar length.
  • The lateral sepals are a similar length to the dorsal sepal but only half as wide.
  • Overall the thorax and abdomen appear to be of similar length as the prothorax and head.

arc length

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E.g.
  • arc length of the curve.
  • The circle is the plane curve enclosing the maximum area for a given arc length.
  • Alternatively, inversion of the arc length series may be used to avoid iterations.

route length

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E.g.
  • The highway has a total route length of .
  • The route length was designated at , with nine new stations.
  • At this time total route length was .

current length

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E.g.
  • PA 926 was extended to its current length in 1937.
  • It was extended to its current length in 1963.
  • The current length is .

unit of length

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E.g.
  • A pole is also a unit of length in surveying, equivalent to a rod.
  • In it, he defined the fundamental unit of length as the thickness of "Mad" No.
  • Since 1983, the SI unit of length (the meter) has been defined using the speed of light.

length scale

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E.g.
  • BAOs set up a preferred length scale for baryons.
  • Here formula_11 is a convenient meniscus length scale.
  • This choice for this length scale makes formulas simpler.

twice the length

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E.g.
  • This length may have been chosen because it's twice the length of a violin string.
  • The petals are white, clawed, and 3 to 5 mm long, about twice the length of the sepals.
  • The illicium is twice the length of the second dorsal spine and its often darkly banded.

times the length

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E.g.
  • four times the length of the pipe).
  • The females are often seen carrying these materials which can be many times the length of the bee.
  • It is typically directed straight behind the cell and is about 2 to 4 times the length of the cell.

measuring in length

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E.g.
  • The African scops owl is a small owl, measuring in length.
  • They are the size of a large rat, measuring in length, not counting the tail.
  • "Dinoponera" contains one of the largest species of ants in the world, with female "Dinoponera gigantea" specimens measuring in length.

varying length

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E.g.
  • Options are octet strings of varying length.
  • The futtocks were of oak and of varying length averaging .
  • Each episode is divided into various shorts of varying length.

greater length

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E.g.
  • However, many Alaskan highways of greater length than the Klondike Highway remain unnumbered.
  • Another insulated wire of much greater length was let down to a greater depth into a colder stratum of water.
  • It looks very similar to the rock-boring urchin "Echinometra lucunter", but the dark tips and the greater length of the spines are distinctive.
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