square metre

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Noun1.square metre - a centare is 1/100th of an are
area unit, square measure - a system of units used to measure areas
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metro cuadrado
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It has been reported that Pakistan can make 1,920 kilowatts per meter squared per hour (kWh/m2) electricity from sunlight.
The average apartment price per meter squared dropped by 6.5 percent from last year's 700 euro, compared to 2015, informed from the State Statistical Office.
Bariatric surgery is recommended for patients who have a BMI of 40 kilograms per meter squared or higher, or patients who have a BMI of 35 kilograms per meter squared or higher along with such issues as severe hypertension, type 2 diabetes or obstructive sleep apnea.
Scenarios SOCOM provided to the office suggested that troops will rarely encounter contamination of more than 1 gram per meter squared, Wheeler said.
Once it has been ten percent catalyzed with CA501 and diluted with water, Superfeel can be sprayed on using pneumatic or airmix guns in quantities of between 120-150 grams per meter squared, for up to a maximum of two coats.
It measures photosynthetic active radiation (PAR) as [micro]mol/[m.sup.-2][s.sup.-1] (micromoles of photons per meter squared per second) and calculates the daily light integral (DLI--moles per day).
They found that gas molecules passed through the 2-to 4-inch-thick samples at rates of about a ten-millionth to a hundred-millionth of a meter squared per second -- or up to five times faster than reported previously.
This project enabled citizens to solve their housing issue and it resulted in decreased price of meter squared per apartment, and reduced interest rates for housing loans.
Formerly, Treat observers, nearly every patient receiving cumulative doxorubicin doses of at least 180 milligrams per meter squared of body surface exhibited significant heart damage.