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  Unit Conversion - Online Unit Converter
Use our free online unit converters to easily convert between different units of measurement.
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weber, milliweber, microweber, volt second, unit pole, megaline, kiloline, line, maxwell, tesla square meter...
www.unitconversion.org   (987 words)

  A Dictionary of Measures, Units and Conversions
The hertz is the SI unit of the frequency of a periodic phenomenon.
For example, the electrical unit of a watt is not a big unit even in terms of ordinary household use, so it is generally used in terms of 1000 watts at a time.
The unit of length was the metre which was defined as being one ten-millionth part of a quarter of the earth's circumference.
www.ex.ac.uk /cimt/dictunit/dictunit.htm   (5915 words)

  Intensive Care Unit: Encyclopedia of Surgery
An intensive care unit, or ICU, is a specialized section of a hospital that provides comprehensive and continuous care for persons who are critically ill and who can benefit from treatment.
With regard to the nursing staff in ICUs, the proportion of nurses with specialized and advanced training in critical care medicine is higher in larger medical centers—about 16% in hospitals with 100 beds or fewer, but 21% in hospitals with more than 500 beds.
These specialized intensive care units typically include a CCU (coronary care unit); a pediatric ICU (PICU, dedicated to the treatment of critically ill children); a newborn ICU or NICU, for the care of premature and critically ill infants; and a surgical ICU (SICU, dedicated to the treatment of postoperative patients).
health.enotes.com /surgery-encyclopedia/intensive-care-unit   (1385 words)

 Central Processing Unit [encyclopedia]   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The ALU is the device that performs elementary operations such as arithmetic operations (addition, subtraction, and so on), logical operations (AND, OR, NOT), and comparison operations (for example, comparing the contents of two "slots" for equality).
Once that occurs, the control unit goes to the next instruction (typically located in the next slot, unless the instruction is a jump instruction informing the computer that the next instruction is located elsewhere).
Modern computers put the ALU and control unit into a single integrated circuit known as the Central Processing Unit or CPU.
www.kosmoi.com /Computer/Hardware/CPU   (675 words)

 "The Unit" (2006)
I saw the commercials for "The Unit", and was intrigued.
It kind of reminds me of a Tom Clancy novel, and the last episode I saw had three seemingly separate plot lines going, which eventually became tied together, two of them ended up being parts of the same main story line.
Besides the military thrills from the precision excellence of this fl-ops unit (which doesn't exist, of course), there are always personal stories and lots of aspects of this show that most anybody should be able to enjoy.
www.imdb.com /title/tt0460690   (453 words)

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