Definition of Metrification. Meaning of Metrification. Synonyms of Metrification

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Definition of Metrification

Metrification
Metrification Met`ri*fi*ca"tion, n. Composition in metrical form; versification. [R.] --Tennyson.

Meaning of Metrification from wikipedia

- Metrication or metrification is the act or process of converting the system of measurement traditionally used in a country to the metric system. Worldwide...
- Metrication, or the conversion to a measurement system based on the International System of Units (SI), occurred in India in stages between 1955 and 1962...
- Traditional ****anese units of measurement or the shakkanhō (尺貫法, "shaku–kan system") is the traditional system of measurement used by the people of the...
- is no appetite in the Canadian firearms industry or hobby to pursue metrification simply for the sake of conformity when the trade is global. Military...
- soliloquies, and for highly emotional narration and description. The use of Silva can be found in Góngora's Soledades. Spanish Metrification By A. Robert Lauer...
- particular has some unusually named measures: 6 fl oz (170 ml) – prior to metrification this gl**** was known as a "Butcher" 7 fl oz (200 ml), became known as...
- inch (1.905 cm) that was used in India, Bangladesh and ****stan. After metrification in this countries, the unit became obsolete. It is also a colloquial...
- of weights and measures for United States trade and commerce." The metrification board was abolished in 1982 by President Ronald Reagan, largely on the...
- in fairly common use and is about 3.306 m2. In mainland China, the metrification of traditional units would produce a ping of 4 m2, but it is almost...
- appointment of seventeen members for the "independent instrumentality". The metrification ****essment board existed from 1975 to 1982, ending when President Ronald...
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