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A measure of relative velocity, used to express the speed of an aircraft relative to the speed of sound. | |

A unit used either in astronomy to express the brightness of stars, or in earth science to express the intensity of earthquakes. | |

A unit of volume for wine, equal to 1.5 litres. | |

A unit of length used in athletics, equal to 26 miles, 385 yards. | |

A CGS unit of magnetic flux, equal to 10^{-8} weber. | |

A unit used in music to represent a series of beats; also called a bar. | |

A unit of information, commonly equivalent to 1,000,000 bytes, but sometimes also equivalent to 1,048,576 bytes. | |

A unit of frequency equal to 1 million per second; commonly seen in stating radio wave frequencies. | |

An empirical scale used for rating the effects of an earthquake, rather than its intensity. | |

A unit used to measure the fineness of woven products such as fishing nets or window screens, equal to the number of strands per inch. | |

The SI unit of length. | |

The SI unit of velocity. | |

A unit of volume for wine, equal to 6 litres. | |

A unit of distance equal to 10^{-6} metres. | |

A unit of distance equal to 1760 yards. | |

A unit of fuel efficiency. | |

An imperial unit of velocity. | |

A unit of time equal to 1000 years. | |

A unit of atmospheric pressure, equivalent to a hectopascal. | |

A unit of mass equal to 1000 micrograms, commonly used in medicinal dosages. | |

A unit of volume, equivalent to 1 cubic centimetre. | |

A unit of distance, equal to 0.1 centimetres. | |

A unit of pressure, equal to the pressure exerted at the Earth's surface by a column of mercury 1 millimeter high; often used in medicine to record blood pressure. | |

A unit of work or energy, representing the energy delivered at a rate of one milliwatt for a period of one hour. | |

A unit of relative time in music equal to ^{1}/_{2} a whole note. | |

A unit of time or angle, equal to ^{1}/_{60}. | |

A scale used to express the hardness of a mineral. | |

The SI base unit of amount of substance. | |

A medieval unit of time equal to ^{1}/_{40} of an hour; now used to simply mean a short amount of time. | |

A unit of time, roughly equal to ^{1}/_{12} of a year. | |

A unit of genetic separation used in genetics and biotechnology. | |

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