decaliter

NOUN
  1. a metric unit of volume or capacity equal to 10 liters
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How To Use decaliter In A Sentence

  • According to the American Heart Association, a healthy total cholesterol level for someone with no additional risk factors (smoking, obesity) is less than 200mg/dL (milligrams per decaliter), assuming their LDL and HDL totals are also at desirable levels. eHow - Health How To's
  • In short (excuse the pun), for one reason or another users in the UK would be better served by a better dictionary of abbreviations than this; US users should be alerted to the fact that the text is British, unedited for American spelling: for ` decagramme, decalitre, decametre 'read ` decagram, decaliter, decameter.' VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XVIII No 2
  • The association has also established a ‘danger zone’ of between 110 and 125 milligrams of glucose per decaliter in which the body's ability to process glucose is considered impaired.
  • In short (excuse the pun), for one reason or another users in the UK would be better served by a better dictionary of abbreviations than this; US users should be alerted to the fact that the text is British, unedited for American spelling: for ` decagramme, decalitre, decametre 'read ` decagram, decaliter, decameter.' VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XVIII No 2
  • Exports to Ukraine, which comes second, increased significantly from 19,800 to 94,000 decaliters.
  • In short (excuse the pun), for one reason or another users in the UK would be better served by a better dictionary of abbreviations than this; US users should be alerted to the fact that the text is British, unedited for American spelling: for ` decagramme, decalitre, decametre 'read ` decagram, decaliter, decameter.' VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XVIII No 2
  • The association has also established a ‘danger zone’ of between 110 and 125 milligrams of glucose per decaliter in which the body's ability to process glucose is considered impaired.
  • Exports to Ukraine, which comes second, increased significantly from 19,800 to 94,000 decaliters.
  • In short (excuse the pun), for one reason or another users in the UK would be better served by a better dictionary of abbreviations than this; US users should be alerted to the fact that the text is British, unedited for American spelling: for ` decagramme, decalitre, decametre 'read ` decagram, decaliter, decameter.' VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XVIII No 2
  • Together with the kilogram, initially the mass of a decaliter of distilled water, it formed the basis of the metric system. The Economist: Daily news and views
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