Definition of Decigrams

1. Noun. (plural of decigram) ¹



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Definition of Decigrams

1. decigram [n] - See also: decigram

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Decigrams

deciduous dentition
deciduous holly
deciduous membrane
deciduous plant
deciduous teeth
deciduous tooth
deciduousness
deciduousnesses
decieve
decigrade
decigrades
decigram
decigramme
decigrammes
decigrams (current term)
decikatal
decikatals
decile
deciles
deciliter
deciliters
decilitre
decilitres
decillion
decillions
decillionth
decillionths
decimal
decimal arithmetic

Literary usage of Decigrams

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1. Norman's Universal Cambist: A Ready Reckoner of the World's Foreign and by John Henry Norman (1897)
"... received from the purchaser of the bills, less the discount, or plus the premium. TABLE OF MULTIPLES FOR THE CONVERSION OF decigrams INTO TROY GRAINS. ..."

2. Money's Worth: Or, The Arithmetic of the Mechanism of the World's Present by John Henry Norman (1899)
"Russia has constructed a fresh gold rouble money of account of 7'7412 decigrams of pure gold, the old gold rouble being H'6118 ..."

3. A Reckoner of the Foreign and Colonial Exchanges Between Seven Currency by John Henry Norman (1898)
"Russia has constructed a fresh gold rouble money of account of 7-7412 decigrams of pure gold, the old gold rouble being 11-6118 ..."

4. Gold Standard in International Trade: Report on the Introduction of the Gold by Hugh Henry Hanna, Charles Arthur Conant, Jeremiah Whipple Jenks (1904)
"These weights are in decigrams, so as to make, generally speaking, whole numbers. According to the treaty with Japan regarding the settlement of the war ..."

5. Annual of the Universal Medical Sciences edited by [Anonymus AC02809657] (1888)
"He gives to a young child three to four decigrams in twenty-four hours, and if necessary increases it to six decigrams, either in alcoholic form, pill, ..."

6. Considerations on a New Monetary System for China by Jeremiah Whipple Jenks, United States Commission on international exchange (1904)
"This gives the weight of seventy-two hundredths of a Kuping tael as 268.65 decigrams. The silver standard, therefore, in the nearest divisible round numbers ..."

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