Inch (disambiguation) - Units


  • Inch as a measurement of rain, measured by a rain gauge
  • Inch of mercury, unit of pressure
  • Inch of water, unit of pressure
  • Scottish inch, Scottish unit of measurement
  • Column inch, unit of publication measurement
  • Gear inches, measure of bicycle gearing
  • Miner's inch, unit of flow
  • Pyramid inch, or Sacred Jewish inch, unit used by pyramidologists

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