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weightThe measurement of how heavy the animal is Wing Span The measurement from one wing tip to the other Xylophagous An animal that eats wood. Criteo.DisplayAd({ "zoneid": 520097, "ex [..]

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weightReferring to mud weight, the mass per unit volume of a drilling fluid, synonymous with mud density. Weight is reported in lbm/gal (also known as ppg), kg/m3 or g/cm3 (also called specific gravity or S [..]

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weightEither Gross Weight, Net Weight, or Tare Weight.

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weightWeight is the force exerted by an object in a gravitational field. The weight of an object (W) arises from its mass (m): W = mg where g is the acceleration due to gravity (about 9.8 m/s2 on Earth).

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weightHow heavy an object is.

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weightThe weight to be taken into consideration is the grossgross weight of goods.

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weightThe weight to be taken into consideration is the grossgross weight of goods.This includes the total weight of the goods, all packaging, and tareweight of the container, swapbody and pallets contain [..]

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weight1 weight or weight down to make something heavier by putting a weight on it, especially in order to stop it from movingHe had weighted the bag with rocks.Synonyms and related words To stop someon [..]

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weightOld English gewiht "weighing, weight, downward force of a body, heaviness," from ProtoGermanic *wihti (source also of Old Norse vætt, Danish vegt, Old Frisian wicht, Middle Dutch gewicht, [..]

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weight"to load with weight," 1747 (figuratively, of the mind, from 1640s), from weight (n.). Of horses in a handicap race, 1846. Sense in statistics is recorded from 1901. Related: Weighted; weigh [..]

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weighthow heavy something is. • in everyday life, mass is often called weight but mass and weight are not the same, mass is the quantity of matter in an object and doesn't change but the weight of an o [..]

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weightThe amount of force given to the stone during the delivery.

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weightFracturing and lowering of the roof strata at the face as a result of mining operations, as in "taking weight".

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weightis the Gravitational Force acting on a body Mass

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weightThe quality created in a syllable of verse in which that syllable both (a) has heavy stress and (b) has a long vowel that stretches out the duration of time necessary to pronounce that syllable. For i [..]

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weightWhen applied to location theory, the relative attractive force of one activity to another based on transportation cost. The weight of an activity in this context is comparable to the weight of matter [..]

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weightThe concept of 'weight' is often used in Drupal to specify the order of a collection of items that would otherwise be sorted alphabetically or numerically (nodes, menu items, book pages, etc.). Example: You can set the weight of a menu item when you create it. The 'lighter' items, those with lower weight numbers, will 'floa [..]

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weight The weight measured in grams of a golf disc. A disc usually weighs 150 to 180 grams.

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weightburden: weight down with a load the vertical force exerted by a mass as a result of gravity slant: present with a bias; &quot;He biased his presentation so as to please the share holders&a [..]

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weightThe force of gravity acting on an object. The weight force pulls an aircraft toward the earth and must be overcome by a combination of lift and thrust.

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weightUsed by Object Storage devices to determine which storage devices are suitable for the job. Devices are weighted by size.

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weightthe amount that something weighs

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weightDenotes the thickness of a letter stroke, light, extralight, "regular," medium, demibold, bold, extra bold and ultra bold.

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weightA measure of how heavy something is.

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weightnoun. 1. heaviness: the degree of descending gravitational force pressed upon an item or body. 2. a coefficient or multiplier utilized within an equation or statistical investigation and employed towa [..]

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weightThe relative thickness of a typeface, which determines how dark it will appear on the printed page, indicated typographically by gradation (extralight, light, semilight, medium, semibold, bold, ext [..]

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weight similar to “body”, the sensation when a wine feels thick or rich on the palate

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weightIn typography, the lightness or darkness in print of a particular typeface

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weightThe size of the external force required to keep a body at rest in its frame of reference.

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weightThe weight of a single magnet

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weightThe mass of heaviness of a substance; weight measurements are commonly expressed as grams (metric) ounces and pounds (U.S. and Imperial).

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weightthe degree of boldness or thickness of a letter or font.

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weight The gravitational force exerted on a mass.

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weight(n)  the effect of gravity on mass

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weightIn survey research, a number associated with a case or unit of analysis; the weight is used as a measure of the relative contribution of the variables of that case when making estimates for the entire [..]

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weightThe measure of the gravitational force acting on an object.

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weightA measure of the force due to gravitational attraction (w = mg, on the Earth?s surface).

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weightThe force or amount of gravitational pull by which an object or body is attracted toward the center of the earth.

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weightA single member of a typeface

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weightThe weight of the goods including packing, wrappers, or containers, both internal and external. The total weight as shipped. Net: The weight of the goods themselves without the inclusion of any wrapper.

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weightmeasure of the force of attraction between objects due to gravity. westerlies 

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weightIn survey research, a number associated with a case or unit of analysis ; the weight is used as a measure of the relative significance of the variables of that case when making estimates for the entir [..]

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weightThe weight of a object is the result of gravity pulling a mass toward earth. When a balance has been calibrated using a known mass then any unknown mass placed upon the scale will have a weight propor [..]

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weightThe measure of the gravitational force acting on a substance.

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weightThe size of the external force required to keep a body at rest in its frame of reference.

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weightThe force with which a body is attracted towards the center of the earth is called its weight. The SI unit of weight is N. The gravitational units of weight are kgwt and gwt. The weight of a body of [..]

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weightThe force acting on an object due to its presence in a gravitational field. The SI unit of force is the newton  not the kilogram!

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weightThe gravitational force acting on a body, measured in newtons (N).

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weightthe force of gravity acting on an object

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weightThe force on an object due to the gravitational attraction between it and the Earth. An object used to make something heavier. A standardized block of metal used in a balance to measure the mass of an [..]

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weightThat property of an object that can be weighed, as on a scale; the gravitational force on an object.

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weightTR, EM, SP Weight is a force. The SI unit of force is the newton  not the kilogram!

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weightFor students registered in the Faculty of Engineering, the calculation of averages is based upon a weighting factor. The weight of an individual course is equal to the number of lecture hours per week [..]

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weight(n) the vertical force exerted by a mass as a result of gravity(n) sports equipment used in calisthenic exercises and weightlifting; it is not attached to anything and is raised and lowered by use of [..]

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weightA measure of the force of gravity acting on an object; calculated by multiplying an objects mass by gravity (Lessons 5, 16)

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weightGross

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weightA dead weight. (See DEAD.)

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weightthe force on an object due to the gravitational pull of a planet or other heavenly body.

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weightSee Basis weight (of paper).

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weightThe attraction between an object and the earth gives objects their weight. W= m x g

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weightUnits: kg Weight of the product. Weight of the product. kg

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weightThe force exerted on mass by gravity.

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weightThe mass or quantity of heaviness of an individual at Birth. It is expressed by units of pounds or kilograms.

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weightThe mass or quantity of heaviness of an individual. It is expressed by units of pounds or kilograms.

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weightThe weight of the Fetus in utero. It is usually estimated by various formulas based on measurements made during Prenatal Ultrasonography.

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weightThe sum of the weight of all the atoms in a molecule.

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weightExpected weight of a healthy normal individual based on age, sex, and height. Thus, a malnourished Person would weigh less than their ideal Body Weight.

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weightThe amount of force/speed given to the stone during the delivery.

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weight(1) GrossThe weight of the goods including packing, wrappers, or containers, both internal and external. The total weight as shipped. (2) Net – The weight of the goods themselves without the inclusion [..]

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weightNet weight of goods plus the inside packing.

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weightThe force that gravity exerts on a body of mass.

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weightThe bodyweight of the animal usually measured at the beginning of the daily experiment.

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weightWeight of Metal Plates in Pounds per Square Foot.

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weightthe mass of heaviness of a substance; weight measurements are commonly expressed as grams (metric) ounces and pounds (U.S. and Imperial).

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weightthe mass of heaviness of a substance; weight measurements are commonly expressed as grams (metric) ounces and pounds (U.S. and Imperial).

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weightThe gravitational force exerted on an object of a certain mass. The weight of mass m is mg Newtons, where g is the local acceleration due to a body's gravity.

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weightEach of the Characters has a set weight, which affects how high they can be hit into the air. This determines their vulnerability to midair combos.

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weightThe amount of force applied to a rock to move it down the ice. Often called by sweepers using a numeric system to represent the stone’s final stopping point.

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weightThe amount of matter in an object, influenced by gravity.

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weightNormally indicated as the average weight per square yard of fabric. There is always a manufacturing tolerance on either side of this average weight which may range from 3% to 8% depending on the product. Example: A 16 oz. polyester felt has a weight tolerance of + 1 oz.

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weightForce applied on an object because of gravity.

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weightThe force acting on a body in a gravitational field, equal to the product of its mass and the acceleration of the body produced by the field.

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weightThe amount of speed applied in delivering the bowl from the mat. A delivery is considered “heavy” if the bowl comes to rest behind the desired resting spot and “light” if it is short of that spot.

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weightSEE Children of the Light Wilder

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weightThe force created by gravity acting on a mass.

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weightThe force on an object resulting from gravity.

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weightThe force or momentum transferred to a curling stone during delivery.

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weightThe weight of a luminaire plus ballast (except for certain track luminaires with separately mounted ballasts, when the weight is that of the lamp and track head only). For modular compact fluorescent lamp (CFL) ballasts, the weight of the ballast without a lamp. For selfballasted CFLs, "weight" indicates the total product weight.

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weight1. In mud terminology, refers to the density of a drilling fluid. 2. Of a measurement, expresses degree of confidence in result of measurement of a certain quantity compared with result of another mea [..]

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weightWhen applied to location theory, the relative attractive force of one activity to another based on transportation cost. The weight of an activity in this context is comparable to the weight of matter [..]

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weighta measure of the gravitational force exerted on an object; its value can change with the location of the object in the universe

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weightHow Will My Weight Affect My Pelvic Floor? Your body weight has a direct correlation to incontinence and a weak pelvic floor. If you are overweight this...

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weightFORAGE Fixed scale of weights to be carried by horses according to age, sex, distance of race and season of year.

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weightThe range of a stroke’s width. Also knows as semibold, light, and bold. Some typeface families have many weights like ultrabold and extralight. Associated to the heaviness of the stroke for a speci [..]

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weightWeight is the term used to refer to the power applied to a delivery.

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weightA force resulting from the effect of gravity on a mass.

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weightEither Gross Weight, Net Weight, or Tare Weight.

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weightIn science and engineering, the weight of an object, either due to gravity or to a reaction force that holds it in place.
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weightIn the mathematical field of representation theory, a weight of an algebra A over a field F is an algebra homomorphism from A to F, or equivalently, a onedimensional representation of A over F. It is [..]

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weightWeight is the fourth fulllength studio album by the Rollins Band, released on April 12, 1994 (see 1994 in music). It featured the band's biggest hits, "Liar" and "Disconnect", whi [..]

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weightWeight is a measurement of the gravitational force acting on an object. In nonscientific contexts it may refer to an object's mass (quantity of matter). Figuratively, it refers to the seriousness or [..]

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weightCarel Weight, a British artist
Doug Weight, an American ice hockey player
Greg Weight, an Australian photographer

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weightCarel Weight, a British artist
Doug Weight, an American ice hockey player
Greg Weight, an Australian photographer

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weightWeight is the debut single released by drag queen Latrice Royale. The single was released on January 15, 2014. The song plays with the homophones "weight" and "wait", revolving aro [..]

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