By May, its bulb can grow as big as two centimeters, and turns pink and then a deep red as it matures.
During the campaign she had ignored a lump that had grown to nine centimeters.
The reenvisioned design will measure 24 centimeters in diameter and will retail for a cool $2,400.
But Elite subsequently dismissed her, saying her hips were too big by two centimeters (3/4 of an inch).
SMERSH estimated his height at “183 centimeters, weight 76 kilograms, slim build.”
The keel, which is 30 centimeters in width, contains the shaft of the screw.
He cut in two a stick eighteen centimeters in diameter in eighteen minutes.
The French cameras made a relatively large negative, 18 by 24 centimeters in dimension, on a glass plate.
The sides of the cubes diminish from ten centimeters to one centimeter.
The seeds of “gogo” are very large, lenticular, flattened, 3–4 centimeters in diameter.
centimeter cen·ti·me·ter (sěn'tə-mē'tər)
A unit of length equal to one hundredth (10-2) of a meter.
A unit of length in the metric system equal to 0.01 meter. See Table at measurement.