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In Pakistan, the unit is still used sometimes for the weight of precious metals.

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That's not bad for a measurement made in the 1790's.) For a long time, the meter was precisely defined as the length of an actual object, a bar kept at the International Bureau of Weights and Measures in Paris.

This unit is often used for pearls and is sometimes called the pearl grain.

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The resistivity of a conductor in megaohm centimeters is defined to be its resistance (in megaohms) multiplied by its cross-sectional area (in square centimeters) divided by its length (in centimeters).

The Danish mil has sometimes been interpreted as exactly 7.5 kilometers (4.6603 miles).

The word "gauge" (or "gage") after a pressure reading indicates that the pressure stated is actually the difference between the absolute, or total, pressure and the air pressure at the time of the reading.

In modern France, the  sometimes means the  (), equal to exactly 1852 meters.

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The pressure exerted by seawater varies slightly with temperature and salinity, but for practical purposes the convention is that each meter imposes a pressure of 0.1 or 10 kilo (about 0.102 kilograms of force per square centimeter or 1.45 pounds per square inch).