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Metric

A standard unit of measurement, such as the price to earnings ratio.
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Epidemiology can provide aggregate metrics -- metrics that start with the health status of an individual and are aggregated.
In 1866, Congress finally legalized the use of the metric system, but 1902 legislation requiring the federal government to use metric exclusively was defeated by a single vote.
Of course, you can use the metric system if you want to, says Leslie of Miles Ahead.
The volume-related metrics include such items as the number of monthly expense reports we process, the invoices we pay and the payroll checks we issue.
more packaging board capacity will go in Finland with the divestment of the Pankakoski mill, which produces some 95,000 metric tons/yr of FBB, WPB and SBS
Table 67: US Ferrosilicon Production in '000 Metric Tons
After the restructuring, UPM's average paper machine capacity in Europe is 320,000 metric tons in coated magazine paper and 420,000 metric tons in coated fine paper.
25 million metric tons Europe exported to China and Asia's Far East region, less than 0.
We find that PBSA introduces a host of additional post-award metrics seldom seen within traditional non-PBSA contracting.
This exploratory study adapts LSA for a metric to quickly review program assessment efforts in an educational environment.
According to Interfax, the country expected to further reduce its ferrous scrap exports in March, with the expectation than no more than 150,000 metric tons of ferrous scrap exported for the month.