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A culinary unit equal to 15 millilitres. | |

A unit of luminous energy, equal to the energy carried by a light flux of one lumen in one second. | |

A culinary unit equal to 5 millilitres. | |

The SI unit of magnetic field intensity or flux density; defined as the field intensity generating one newton of force per ampere of current per meter of conductor. | |

A commercial unit of heat energy, equal to 100,000 British thermal units. | |

A traditional unit of length for cotton yarn, equal to 54 inches. | |

A measure of the coarseness or fineness of fabric, particlularly bedsheets. | |

An informal unit of time, equal to the length of one cycle of a computer's clock, or the smallest increment of time measured in a timed competition. | |

A unit of time equal to the average period between two successive passages of the moon through the meridian; equal to approx. 24 hours, 50.272 minutes. | |

A traditional unit of quantity for furs, equal to 40. | |

A traditional unit of proportion equal to ^{1}/_{10} | |

An old English unit of land area, equal to 10 hides, or around 12 acres. | |

A metric unit used to describe the insulating properties of cloth, generally applied to duvets. | |

A unit of weight equal to 20 hundredweight, or 2240 pounds (UK)/2000 pounds (US). | |

A metric unit of weight equal to 1000 kilograms. | |

A unit of pressure equal to exactly ^{1}/_{760} of an atmosphere, or around 1.33322 millibars. | |

A unit of time equal to 3 months, used for example in timing pregnancy. | |

A unit of quantity equal to 3. | |

A unit of volume used for wine and other liquids; in the Middle Ages it had no fixed definition, but more recently has become regarded as 2 butts. | |

A measure of either blood (450 millilitres), or alcohol content (10 millilitres). | |

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