petrol vehicles up to 3,000 cubic centimeters, and diesel vehicles up to 2,500 cubic centimeters - by $0.
What does cm3 stand for?
cm3 stands for Cubic Centimeters
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- Crystal Mall 1
- Counting Method Times 10
- Communications Manager2
- Computerized Management Of COMSEC Material
- Construction Mechanic Second Class (Naval Rating)
- Contact Management/Common Module
- Cours Moyen 2eme Annee (French: During the 2nd Middle Year)
- Square Centimeter
- Community Mail 2 Forum
- Construction Mechanic Third Class (Naval Rating)
- Championship Manager 5 (video game)
- Connection Machine 5
- CyanogenMod 7 (mobile phone application)
- Chessmaster 9000 (video game)
- C4ISR Mission Assessment Support for QDR
- Cabinet Makers Association (Milwaukee, WI)
- Cabinet Messin d'Avocats (French law firm)
- Cable Management Arm (computing)
- Cadet Management Association (US Coast Guard Academy)
- Caldwell Marketing and Advertising (various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
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.
said Wednesday it will launch the world's smallest digital camera with a zoom lens in late September measuring only 79 cubic centimeters.
6 cubic centimeters, or about a third of a teaspoon.
The company's hydraulic pump series includes its largest pump ever, with a capacity of 750 cubic centimeters (45.
The infant was taken to Childrens Hospital Los Angeles in grave condition; the child-mother was brought to us in serious condition from a blood loss of nearly 2,000 cubic centimeters.
Children under the age of 16 need to be supervised at all times when riding, and should only ride an ATV with an engine size of 90 cubic centimeters or smaller.