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Meanings and phrases
- any maneuver made as part of progress toward a goal; step
- how much there is or how many there are of something that you can quantify; quantity; amount
- a statute in draft before it becomes law; bill
- the act or process of assigning numbers to phenomena according to a rule; measurement; measuring; mensuration
- (prosody) the accent in a metrical foot of verse; meter; metre; beat; cadence
- a basis for comparison; a reference point against which other things can be evaluated; standard; criterion; touchstone
- musical notation for a repeating pattern of musical beats; bar
- a container of some standard capacity that is used to obtain fixed amounts of a substance
- measuring instrument having a sequence of marks at regular intervals; used as a reference in making measurements; measuring stick; measuring rod
- determine the measurements of something or somebody, take measurements of; mensurate; measure out
- express as a number or measure or quantity; quantify
- have certain dimensions
- evaluate or estimate the nature, quality, ability, extent, or significance of; evaluate; valuate; assess; appraise; value
- in excess or without limit
- a system of units for measuring lumber based on the board foot
- a unit of measurement of volume or capacity; volume unit; capacity unit; cubage unit; cubic measure; cubic content unit; displacement unit; cubature unit
- measurement of angles in radians
- an integer that divides two (or more) other integers evenly; common divisor; common factor
- the usual (iambic) meter of a ballad; common meter
- a time signature indicating four beats to the bar; common time; four-four time; quadruple time
- a unit of measurement of volume or capacity; volume unit; capacity unit; capacity measure; cubage unit; cubic content unit; displacement unit; cubature unit
- (military) military action or resources protecting a country against potential enemies; defense; defence
- desperate actions taken as a means to an end
- a unit of capacity for dry commodities (as fruit or grain); dry unit
- one of the four quantities that are the basis of systems of measurement; fundamental quantity
- a system of measurement of information based on the probabilities of the events that convey information
- a unit of measurement of length; linear unit
- a unit of capacity for liquids (for measuring the volumes of liquids or their containers); liquid unit
- a measure of length
- determine the measurements of something or somebody, take measurements of; measure; mensurate
- prove capable or fit; meet requirements; qualify
- Its brown acorns are obconic and measure up to long.
- Its brown acorns are conical and measure up to across.
- The brown acorns are roundish and measure up to across.
- an electrical device that sets off an alarm when someone tries to break in; security system; security
- The organisation was founded as a collective security measure following Second World War.
- As a security measure a number of roads were closed for traffic in the Dammam-Dhahran-Khobar region.
- American diplomats at the U.S. Embassy in Beirut began destroying classified material as a security measure.
- a system of units used to measure areas; area unit
- measuring instrument consisting of a narrow strip (cloth or metal) marked in inches or centimeters and used for measuring lengths; tape; tapeline
- a ruler or tape that is three feet long; yardstick
- DCPIP can be used to measure the rate of photosynthesis.
- The modius was a measuring device used to measure grain/corn.
- Newton's Second Law can be used to measure the strength of forces.
- The ballot measure passed by a margin of 54.6% to 45.4%.
- The ballot measure was ultimately defeated on November 3, 1992.
- The library formed a regional library district through a ballot measure in 2006.
- Teredo is a temporary measure.
- As a temporary measure, the high school students shared the middle school for the next several months.
- The service was introduced in 1990 as a temporary measure to reduce congestion during construction work on I-95.
- Social security is provided in a large measure, by two Central Organisations viz.
- The area's climate, in large measure, determines the native foods that are available.
- The June 1994 school-board election thus hinged, in large measure, on the alternative-schools issue.
- This is a measure of how much noise is introduced in the amplification process.
- Consanguinity is a measure of how closely you are related to another individual.
- Its CPU time "usage" is a measure of how much CPU time is not being used by other threads.
- Adult males measure and females in snout–vent length.
- The males measure , while females measure up to almost .
- Adult males measure and adult females in snout–vent length.
- Gerry James added his fourth convert for good measure.
- Eugene shared a good measure of Gauss's talent in languages and computation.
- As they retreated, they burned Robinson's home on Mount Oread for good measure.
- The actual thickness of the biosphere on earth is difficult to measure.
- The drift of the device was small enough to be difficult to measure and test.
- V0 is difficult to measure, so a second concept has been developed in ballistic testing called V50.
- The Global Gender Gap Index is an index designed to measure gender equality.
- All nautical instruments designed to measure the speed of a ship through water are known as logs.
- It was designed to measure the level of the Nile, which was important for agricultural and administrative purposes.
- Anticipation and rumour grew in equal measure until the first transmission at 7p.m.
- Anderson has since said that the first album was about "sex and depression in equal measure".
- The Sakya masters developed a tradition that emphasized study and meditation in equal measure.
- As a precautionary measure, mercury is not used in the vaccine formulation.
- Ulvaeus paid the taxes as a precautionary measure during the 2½-year dispute.
- The two boys were admitted to Taroom Hospital as a precautionary measure due to malnutrition.
- The ballot measure passed by a margin of 54.6% to 45.4%.
- The measure passed both houses of the legislature, but Patton vetoed it.
- The measure passed and the library began to serve all township residents as well.
- Unmodulated continuous wave radar cannot measure distance.
- By definition, qualitative analyses do not measure quantity.
- It is considered emotional and impulsive, they say something and gets excited and does not measure the consequences.
- This paradoxical result is explained by measure theory as follows.
- However "null set" is a distinct notion within the context of measure theory.
- Tightness of measures In mathematics, tightness is a concept in measure theory.
- separable metric spaces on which every probability measure is a Radon measure).
- But Gleason's theorem implies that there can be no such deterministic probability measure.
- If formula_3 is a compact Polish space, then every probability measure on formula_3 is tight.
- One preventive measure against diphtheria would be to get the DTap vaccine if available.
- Firmness in this context meant an intransigent opposition to any Austrian measure against Serbia.
- The decision to purchase Hotel van Wijk was in part a preventive measure against moral corruption.
- As an interim measure, the US offered the Honest John missile.
- The EU and the Council of Europe are willing to accept a moratorium as an interim measure.
- As an interim measure, troops often improvised their own grenades, such as the jam tin grenade.
- A temporal dimension is one way to measure physical change.
- Unfortunately, there is no simple way to measure individual runs created.
- One standard way to measure pulsating DC is its peak amplitude, hence kVp.
- The paper presents a way to measure how distant priors are from being common.
- The test will measure how these suit materials are affected by the Martian environment.
- An accelerometer is placed on top of the building to measure how fast the top of the building shakes.
- Using several different methods, Galileo was able to accurately measure time.
- Other than Galileo, not many people of his day were able to accurately measure short time periods, such as the fall time of an object.
- Because natural sources of carbon monoxide are so variable from year to year, it is difficult to accurately measure natural emissions of the gas.
- City voters rejected a bond measure to reinforce it in 1997.
- In 1962, the $65 million bond measure for the construction of the Yuba- Bear project was approved.
- In 1996, Multnomah County voters passed a bond measure to renovate and modernize branch libraries in the system.
- This set contains symbols for units of measure and currency.
- ), even if they are originally expressed in differing units of measure (such as yards and meters).
- Linguistically, practically all Taiwanese units of measure are Chinese classifiers used to classify nouns.
- Chandra has been able to measure variations of temperature, density, and pressure with high resolution.
- Surely, none except Allah is able to measure, bring forth and create whatever He wills to come to existence.
- In addition to measuring the heart rate, some devices using this technology are able to measure blood oxygen saturation (SpO).