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The average size of modern humans -- Homo sapiens -- has decreased about 10 percent during that period -- from 1,500 to 1,359 cubic centimeters, the size of a tennis ball.
Reduce the size of each combustion chamber at top dead center from the present 50 to 60 cubic centimeters to 30 cubic centimeters by using taller pistons or by shaving the head or both.
The volume of the poles is then 2 x 1568 cubic centimeters, and their weight is 1.
As you NBC NCOs know, to use PATS to check a mask you need a particle count in the room's air of at least 1,000 particles per cubic centimeter.
The company's hydraulic pump series includes its largest pump ever, with a capacity of 750 cubic centimeters (45.
is a room deodorizer that produces 500,000 negative ions per cubic centimeter when plugged into an electric outlet.
For every one-standard-deviation increase of 10 parts per million in air sulfate levels or ozone levels 70 days before semen collection, average sperm counts of around 85 million per cubic centimeter decreased by 1 million sperm per cubic centimeter in a retrospective study.
It said it found 13,000 plankton per cubic centimeter at 26 places, including off the coast of Arao in Kumamoto Prefecture, which has damaged farmed fish, while another kind of plankton that killed a large number of short-necked clams in Isahaya Bay, Nagasaki Prefecture, in the summer of 2000 was detected at 23 places.