Short Scale Countries

Some articles on scale, scales, countries, short, short scale, short scale countries:

Scale - Other
... Weighing scale, an instrument used to measure weight or mass Libra (constellation), also known as "the scales" Scale insect, small, often parasitic ...
Polymer Physics - Flexibility
... a polymer is flexible or not depends on the scale of interest ... Looking at length scale smaller than 50 nm (Known as the McGuinness limit), it behaves more or less like a rigid rod ... At length scale much larger than 50 nm, it behaves like a flexible chain ...
Diseconomies Of Scale
... Diseconomies of scale are the forces that cause larger firms and governments to produce goods and services at increased per-unit costs ... The concept is the opposite of economies of scale ...
Long And Short Scales - History
... The existence of the different scales means that care must be taken when comparing large numbers between languages or countries, or when interpreting old documents in countries ... British-English, French, and Italian historical documents can refer to either the short or long scale, depending on the date of the document, since each ... Today, the United Kingdom officially uses the short scale, but France and Italy use the long scale ...
Billionth - Short Scale Countries
... In most English-speaking countries, a billionth is equal to 0.000 000 001, or 1 x 10-9 in scientific notation ...

Famous quotes containing the words countries, short and/or scale:

    [N]o combination of dictator countries of Europe and Asia will halt us in the path we see ahead for ourselves and for democracy.... The people of the United States ... reject the doctrine of appeasement.
    Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882–1945)

    The attitude is we live and let live. This is actually an amazing change in values in a rather short time and it’s an example of freedom from religion.
    Tom Wolfe (b. 1931)

    The Humanity of men and women is inversely proportional to their Numbers. A Crowd is no more human than an Avalanche or a Whirlwind. A rabble of men and women stands lower in the scale of moral and intellectual being than a herd of Swine or of Jackals.
    Aldous Huxley (1894–1963)