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- Mesures usuelles (French pronunciation: [məzyʁ yzɥɛl], customary measurements) were a French system of measurement introduced by Napoleon I in 1812 to...

- was not well received by the public. Between 1812 and 1837, the mesures usuelles was used – traditional names were restored, but were based on metric units:...

- retrograde step in 1812 when he p****ed legislation to introduce the mesures usuelles (traditional units of measurement) for retail trade, a system of measure...

- fully enforced, and in 1812 Napoleon introduced the system of mesures usuelles which restored the traditional French measurements in the retail trade...

- ridiculed it, and in 1812, introduced a replacement system, the mesures usuelles or "customary measures" which restored many of the old units, but redefined...

- units such as density were derived from these two base units. Mesures usuelles (French for customary measurements) were a system of measurement introduced...

- livres (pounds), about 48.95 kg, and has been redefined as 100 kg (mesures usuelles), thus called metric quintal with symbol qq. In Spain, the centena is still...

- units False precision Imperial units International System of Units Mesures usuelles Metric prefix (e.g. "kilo-" prefix) Metric system Natural units Orders...

- une notation usuelle à base Tifinagh. Etudes et Do****ents Berbères 11, 31–42. Chaker, Salem (1996). Propositions pour la notation usuelle à base latine...

- measure for the next 90 years. After a period of reversion to the mesures usuelles due to unpo****rity of the metric system, the metrication of France and...

- was not well received by the public. Between 1812 and 1837, the mesures usuelles was used – traditional names were restored, but were based on metric units:...

- retrograde step in 1812 when he p****ed legislation to introduce the mesures usuelles (traditional units of measurement) for retail trade, a system of measure...

- fully enforced, and in 1812 Napoleon introduced the system of mesures usuelles which restored the traditional French measurements in the retail trade...

- ridiculed it, and in 1812, introduced a replacement system, the mesures usuelles or "customary measures" which restored many of the old units, but redefined...

- units such as density were derived from these two base units. Mesures usuelles (French for customary measurements) were a system of measurement introduced...

- livres (pounds), about 48.95 kg, and has been redefined as 100 kg (mesures usuelles), thus called metric quintal with symbol qq. In Spain, the centena is still...

- units False precision Imperial units International System of Units Mesures usuelles Metric prefix (e.g. "kilo-" prefix) Metric system Natural units Orders...

- une notation usuelle à base Tifinagh. Etudes et Do****ents Berbères 11, 31–42. Chaker, Salem (1996). Propositions pour la notation usuelle à base latine...

- measure for the next 90 years. After a period of reversion to the mesures usuelles due to unpo****rity of the metric system, the metrication of France and...

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