Two small openings roughly equal to the diameter of a matchstick are left for urination and menstruation respectively.
Using a rolling pin or your fingers roll or press the dough out to an even circle about 11 to 12 inches in diameter.
The reenvisioned design will measure 24 centimeters in diameter and will retail for a cool $2,400.
An array of whittled bamboo sticks, each four millimeters in diameter, makes up the two-room installation.
Kepler-186f is about 11 percent larger than Earth in diameter, which means it has nearly 25% more surface area.
Why it's an enormous altitude, my dear friend, if you compare it with the Moon's diameter.
This island is very small, not above half a league in diameter.
The Mandan circular community house was usually about 14 feet in diameter.
The clearing was a circle some two hundred yards in diameter.
The tilting ring, suspended from the top of the arch, was not more than an inch in diameter.
diameter di·am·e·ter (dī-ām'ĭ-tər)
n.
A straight line connecting two opposite points on the surface of a spherical or cylindrical body, or at the boundary of an opening or foramen, passing through the center of such body or opening.
The distance measured along such a line.
A straight line passing through the center of a figure, especially a circle or sphere, and joining two opposite points on its circumference.
The diameter of a graph is the maximum value of the minimum distance between any two nodes.