# What are some things that are measured in kilometers?

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### Answered:How many kilometer from Japan to United States?

Distance from Tokyo to Washington DC is 6821.5 Miles see more details here: Distance from Tokyo to Washington DC to see distance between other cities check the Distance calculator between cities

Unless the laws of physics are different in Brown County, I would guess you'd do it the same way they do it everywhere else.

The ill is a traditional unit of volume for liquids, especially wine and other alcoholic beverages. The gill is 1/4 pint . In the U. S. customary system, one gill is equal to 1/2 cup , 4 fluid ounces, 7.21875 cubic inches, or about 118.3 milliliters. In the British Imperial ...

### Answered:Need one to measure color

The tray is removable. Max capacity is 1000 gm.

### Answered:Equavilent measure for chopped vs dried

I would add 1/4 cup of dried parsley as it is much smaller when it is dried.

### Answered:Why is it useful to have a second person help with taking measurements at

There should always be a verifiable witness @ a crime scene to everything that is done.

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### Which things avoid for sell structured settlement payments?

The necessary thing which you should not be avoided, is incompleteness of your all the document.Your all the documents should be complete otherwise due to that you need to wait for long time to get your Structure settlement payment payment.

### How To Measure My Bra Size?

You can go to Sears and JcPenney's, and they will measure for you.

### How do you measure acceleration?

There are two kinds of acceleration: average and instantaneous. Average acceleration is measured over a "long" (that means measurable) time interval while instantaneous acceleration is measured over a "very small" (unbelievably short or infinitesimal) time interval. For each kind of acceleration ...

### Measure

I'm terrible at numbers. Sorry.

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