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Convert various measurements and find information on the metric system, U.S. customary system, currency conversion, cooking measurement equivalents, and more U.S. Weights and MeasuresThe Int…

Measurement

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Measure

Out of all measure. “Outre mesure.” Beyond all reasonable degree, “Præter (or supra) modum.” “Thus out of measure sad.” —Shakespeare: Much Ado…

Measure for Measure

(Shakespeare). The story is taken from a tale in G. Whetstone'sHeptameron, entitled Promos and Cassandra (1578). Promos is called by Shakespeare, “Lord Angelo;” and Cassandra is…

Measure for Measure

Measure for Measure In the city of Vienna there once reigned a duke of such a mild and gentle temper that he suffered his subjects to neglect the laws with impunity; and there was in particul…

Measure for Measure

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Weights & Measures

Cite Convert various measurements with our conversion calculator as well as find information on the metric system, U.S. customary system, currency conversion, cooking measurement equivalents, a…

Measure Swords

(To). To fight a duel with swords. In such cases the seconds measure the swords to see that both are of one length. “So we measured swords and parted.” —Shakespeare: As Yo…

Measure Strength

(To). To wrestle together; to fight, to contest. Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894Measure SwordsMeasure A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S…