centimetre : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a metric unit of length equal to one hundredth of a meter
- Physically, these modulations consist in alterations of the length of the carrier wave by fractions of a centimetre (down to 9.
- Aboard the schoolship Patrie, boys were being taught to load a 16-centimetre gun.
- One cubic centimetre of trout protamine is mixed with approximately five cubic centimetres of ordinary insulin, plus a trifle of sodium phosphate to smooth the chemical reaction.
News & Articles
- Artist vibrates water with the power of thought
(Credit: Video screenshot by Michelle Starr/CNET Australia) At first glance, it might not look as tricky as piloting a quadcopter just by thinking at it, but a project by artist Lisa Park has surprising depth. Eunoia -- Greek for "beautiful thinking" -- is all about the hidden power of the mind. The performance itself consists of Park meditating, surrounded by flat 60-centimetre-diameter dishes ...
June 14, 2013 - CNET
- Geoffrey Marcy in Sydney Morning Herald
From the density of two grams per cubic centimetre - twice that of water - it must be 50 per cent rock and about 50 per cent water, with perhaps small amounts of hydrogen and helium,Marcy said.
- Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in Africasia
I tell Bush ...... that your era has ended and thank God you will not be able to damage even one centimetre of the holy land of Iran,Ahmadinejad said in a televised speech in the city of Shahr-e Kord. "If the enemy thought they could break...
- Marc Warren in Independent
It was about a centimetre wide and looked about a centimetre deep,said Warren. "I looked in the mirror and I was covered in blood. It was a bit of a shock. I had to sit down and calm myself down. I was a bit worried - I'd never done...