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A traditional unit of distance, defined as the distance between two successive falls of the same foot of someone walking i.e. 2 steps. | |

A unit of quantity equal to 2. | |

A traditional unit of distance based on the width of a person's hand, equal to 4 digits. | |

An astronomical unit of distance, based on the apparent movement of stars due to the movement of the Earth. | |

The SI unit of pressure. | |

A unit used to measure servings of butter. | |

A unit of volume, used mostly for dry goods such as grains; it is equal to 2 gallons. | |

A unit of weight in the troy system, equal to 24 grains, or ^{1}/_{20} of a troy ounce. | |

A unit of length, equal to 16.5 feet; it is an alternate name for the rod. | |

A logarithmic measure used to state the acidity or alkalinity of a solution. | |

The CGS unit of illuminence, equal to one lumen per square centimeter. | |

An irrational number, used in a unit sense when talking of radians. | |

A unit of typographical length, equal to 12 points. | |

A unit of volume for champagne, equal to ^{1}/_{4} of a bottle. | |

An informal unit used in cooking, historically defined as an amount that can be taken between the thumb and forefinger. | |

An imperial unit of volume, equal to 568 millilitres (UK), 473 milliliters (US). | |

A 'unit' of picture resolution. | |

A unit representing the point at which gravity becomes quantised; the shortest distance that is meaningful in our current understanding of physics. | |

A typographical unit of length; originally defined as the smallest element of type that could be handled when printing was done from hand-set metal type. | |

An imperial unit of weight, equal to 16 ounces. | |

A unit of proportion used in measuring the strength of alcoholic liquors. | |

A unit of angle measure equal to ^{1}/_{4} of a circle. | |

A unit of relative energy in physics, defined as a discrete packet of energy. | |

A unit of volume equal to ^{1}/_{4} of a gallon. | |

A unit of time used in business, equal to 3 months. | |

A unit of quantity equal to 4. | |

A unit of relative time in music, equal to ^{1}/_{8} of a whole note. | |

A unit of quantity equal to 5. | |

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