Millimeter sentence example

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  • It is done in a six millimeter half round comfort fit style that can be worn by either a man or woman.
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  • An easy-to-read ruler with millimeter measurements is a great tool for anyone interested in jewelry making.
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  • Wind, rain, rock, and decaying plants over the centuries added soil millimeter by millimeter to the garden.
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  • It can spot a fragment only a tenth of a cubic millimeter in size.
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  • Also, I found some ostracods, about 1½ millimeter long.
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  • The height is next and is rounded down to the nearest tenth of a millimeter.
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  • The millimeter wave electric company technology has been dubbed " wireless optics " since it provides gigabit high-speed throughput between transmission sites.
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  • With my monocular microscope I got 40 reticule lines to 1 millimeter.
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  • It only resolves into something sensible at ¼, ½ and ¾ of a millimeter.
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  • A single cell in the human body contains 2 meters of DNA packed into a nucleus only 5 thousandths of a millimeter across.
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  • We customize down to the millimeter according to the buyers imagination.
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  • The various colors of visible light have wavelengths somewhat less than a thousandth of a millimeter, about the size of bacteria.
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  • It has a 15 millimeter moonstone and a sterling silver setting.
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  • The diameter appears first and is rounded down to the nearest millimeter.
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  • Doing it for using thirty-five millimeter directly from their miles north of.
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  • Normal CD4 counts in adults range from around 500 to 1,500 cells per cubic millimeter of blood.
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  • The most important figure is the number of counts per square millimeter, the so called local count rate.
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  • With a wingspan of a single millimeter, they were very small craft indeed.
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  • Track Record As a significant partner in the project, the UK has wide expertise in millimeter and sub-millimetre wave astronomy.
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  • They affect between 50 percent and 60 percent of children with the disorder and range in size from less than a millimeter across to lumps the size of small pebbles.
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  • The male was sectioned at one millimeter intervals, the female at one-third of a millimeter intervals, the female at one-third of a millimeter intervals.
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  • The rule's original size is 2.5 cm divided in 50 half millimeter divisions.
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  • With a 93 millimeter width, this boot is ideal for women with a more narrow foot.
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  • Their median base curve and a 14.5 millimeter diameter are similar to those of other lenses.
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  • Liposomes are tiny hollow molecules, measuring just one millionth of a millimeter, which are used to carry drugs to the body.
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  • Sometimes-especially with progressive lenses-adjusting the frame even a millimeter will make a world of difference.
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