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Adj.1.non-metric - not based on the meter as a standard of measurement
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Metric and non-metric morphological features, coupled with typical mound-building activity, allowed the studied population to be associated with M.
All tested e-liquids were analyzed with gas chromatography-mass spectrometry; in non-metric multidimensional scaling analysis, e-liquids were found to be extremely heterogeneous.
The decision was made to focus additional attention on the crania and skulls, given the amount of potential biological information that can be discerned through metric and non-metric methods.
The PV systems will provide 5.3 megawatts (MW) of clean, renewable power, while reducing greenhouse gas emissions by an amount equal to 31,000 non-metric tons of carbon dioxide annually.
With a Micro Mount LRP (Lever Release Picatinny), we're talking a total weight of 105 grams--that's 3-7 ounces to the Non-Metric Club, of which I happen to be a member in good standing.
[5] Recent researches indicate the significance of various biological and environmental factors such as age, sex, nutritional status or side dependence influencing the manifestation of certain non-metric traits in non-human and human populations.
Thanks to Lesley Hart for assistance and allowing us to use the A3 scanner, a special piece of equipment required to scan imperial measurement (non-metric) documents.
As this is an American website, on the Measure contents page it refers to the non-metric Standard Units (pounds, ounces and pints etc.) still in use in the US and sometimes different from our old UK 'Imperial' units.
For graphical representation of the data, non-metric multidimensional scaling ordination was carried out using the Bray-Curtis distance.