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Common Metric/English Conversions:  
1 inch = 1 inch = 1 foot = 1 yard = 1 mile = 1 meter = 1 kilometer = 1 gram = 1 oz. = 1 lb. = 1 kg. = 1 gal. = 1 liter = 
2.54 centimeters (cm.) 25.4 millimeters (mm.) 30.48 centimeters (cm.) 91.44 centimeters (cm.) 1609.4 meters or 1.6 km. 39.37 in. 0.6215 miles or 3281.5 ft. 0.03527 oz. or 15.43 grains 28.3495 grams (g.) 453.59 grams (g.) 2.2046 lb. 3.79 liters 0.264 gal. or 1.057 qt. 
These Metric conversions are located elsewhere on this page, but are the most commonly needed. 
Length Measurements:  
1 mil = 1 inch = 1 inch = 1 inch = 1 hand = 1 wooden 2 X 4 = 1 span = 1 foot (ft.) = 1 foot (ft.) = 1 common cubit = 1 sacred cubit = 1 yard (yd.) = 1 yard (yd.) = 1 pace = 1 meter = 1 rod = 1 fathom = 1 hank = 1 rod (rd.) = 1 stadium (stadia pl.) linear track = 1 furlong = 1 kilometer = 1 mile (mi.) = 1 mile (mi.) = 1 mile (mi.) = 1 mile (mi.) = 1 mile (mi.) = 1 geographical or nautical mile = 1 league = 1 parasang = 1 degree (of Latitude on Meridian = or Longitude on Equator) 15 degrees (Latitude of time zones) = 1 lightyear = 1 lightyear = 1 parsec = 
1/1000th in. or 0.001 in. 3 barleycorns  used by shoemakers 2.54 centimeters (cm.) 25.4 millimeters (mm.) 4 inches  used measuring horses 3 1/2" X 1 1/2" 9 inches 12 inches 30.48 centimeters (cm.) 18 inches  distance from the elbow to the tip of the middle finger! 21.888 inches  used measuring arks 3 feet 91.44 centimeters (cm.) 3 feet 39.37 in. 5 paces 6 feet  depths of sea 100 linear feet  of rope 5 1/2 yards 607 ft. (Athens) or 630 ft. (Olympic) 40 rods or 660 ft. 0.6215 miles or 3281.5 ft. 8 furlongs 320 rods 1760 yards 5280 feet 1609.4 meters or 1.6 km. 1.15 statute miles (6080.27 feet) 3 geographical miles 30 stadia (about 3.5 mi.) 60 geographical miles, or 69.16 statute miles 900 miles at equator distance light travels in 1 earth year 5.87 X 10^12 mi. (5.87 trillion mi.) 3.26 lightyears 
1 mi. = 320 rd. = 1760 yd. = 5280 ft. = 63360 in.


1 Megameter = 1 Myriameter = 1 Kilometer = 1 Hectometer = 1 Dekameter = 1 Meter = 1 Decimeter = 1 Centimeter = 1 Millimeter = 1 Micron = 
1,000,000 Meters or 621.37 miles 10,000 Meters or 6.2137 miles 1,000 Meters or 3,280 ft 10 in. 100 Meters or 328 ft 1 in. 10 Meters or 393.7 in. 39.37 in. 1/10 Meter or 3.937 in. 1/100 Meter or 0.3937 in. 1/1000 Meter or 0.03937 in. 1 millionth of a Meter 
In 1983, a meter was redefined as the length of the path traveled by light in a vacuum during a time interval of 1 / 299,792,458ths of a second. 

Surveyor's Length Measurements:  
1 link (l.) = 1 rod (rd.) = 1 chain (ch.) = 1 mile (mi.) = 
7.92 inches 25 links 4 rods 80 chains 
1 mi. = 80 ch. = 320 rd. = 8000 l. = 63360 in.


Mariner's Length Measurements:  
1 fathom = 1 cable length (or cable) = 1 mile = 1 statute mile = 1 nautical mile = 
6 feet 100 fathoms (120 in US Navy) 7 1/2 cable lengths 5280 feet 6080 feet (see knot) 
Square Measurements (Area):  
1 square foot (sq. ft.) = 1 square yard (sq. yd.) = 1 square (used in roofing) = 1 square rod (sq. rd.) = 1 acre (A.) = 1 acre (A.) = 1 square mile (mi.) = 1 township = 
144 square inches 9 square feet 100 square feet 30 1/4 square yards 160 square rods 43,560 square feet 640 acres 36 square miles, or 36 sections 
1 Hectare = 1 Are = 1 Centare = 
10,000 sq. meters or 2.471 acres 100 sq. meters or 119.6 sq. yds. 1 sq. meter or 1550 sq. in. 
Cubic Measurements (Volume):  
1 cubic foot (cu. ft.) = 1 cubic yard (cu. yd.) = 1 CCF = 1 MCF = 1 bushel, dry measure = 1 cord (C.) = 1 cord (C.) = 1 cord foot = 1 load = 
1728 cubic inches 27 cubic feet 100 cubic feet  volume of nat. gas 1000 cubic feet  vol. of nat. gas 1 1/4 cubic feet 128 cubic feet Wood, stacked 8ft L X 4ft H X 4 ft Wood, stacked 1ft L X 4ft H X 4 ft Dirt, 1 cubic yard 
1 cubic Centimeter = 1 cubic Meter = 1 cubic Meter = 
0.06102 cubic in. 35.34 cubic ft. 1.3079 cubic yd. 
Liquid Capacity (Volume):  
1 Teaspoon (tsp.) = 1 Teaspoon (tsp.) = 1 Tablespoon (tbl.) = 1 Tablespoon (tbl.) = 1 ounce (oz.) = 1 ounce (oz.) = 1 ounce (oz.) = 1 ounce (oz.) = 1 cup of sugar = 1 cup (cp.) = 1 pint (pt.) = 1 pint (pt.) = 1 pint (pt.) = 1 quart (qt.) = 1 liter = 1 liter = 1 gallon (gal.) = 1 gallon (gal.) = 1 gallon (U.S. gal.) = 1 gallon (U.S. gal.) = 1 gallon (Imperial gal.) = 1 barrel (bbl.) liquid = 1 barrel petroleum = 1 hogshead (hhd.) = 1 ccf. = 1 ccf. = 
60 drops 1/ 6 fluid oz. or 1/3 fluid dram 1 fluid dram 3 Teaspoons or 1/2 fluid oz. 360 drops 29.6 milliliter (ml.) 6 Teaspoons 2 Tablespoons See Weight & Volume >> 8 ounces (oz.) 2 cups (cp.) 16 ounces (oz.) 4 gills (gi.) 2 pints or 0.946 liters 0.264 gal. or 1.057 qt. 61.022 cu. in. 4 quarts 3.79 liters 231 cu. in. (about 8.34 lbs.) see >> 0.13368 cu. ft. 277.274 cu. in. (about 10 lbs.) 31 1/2 U.S. gallons 42 U.S. gallons 2 barrels 100 cubic feet 748 gallons 
1 gal. = 4 qt. = 8 pt. = 16 cp. = 32 gi. = 128 oz.
Also see Apothecaries' Liquid Measurements (for medicines) below 
Apothecaries' Liquid Measurements (for medicines) :  
1 minim (m) = 1 fluid dram = 1 cubic centimeter (cc) = 1 fluid dram = 1 fluid ounce = 1 pint = 1 gallon = 
about 1 drop 60 minims (m) 1 milliliter (ml) 1 teaspoon 8 fluid drams 16 fluid ounces 8 pints 
Medical Drug Conversions:  
1 ug. (microgram) = 1 ug. = 1 ugRE. (Retinol Equivalent) = 1 mEq. (milliequivalent) = 1 mg. = 1 kg. = 
1 mcg. (microgram) * 40 I.U. (International Units) ** 5 I.U. (International Units) 75 mg (milligram) 1 milligram (1/1000 gram) 2.2046 lbs. 

Metric Capacity (Volume):  
Kiloliter or Stere  Hectoliter  Dekaliter  Liter  Deciliter  Centiliter  Milliliter  
# of liters 1000 100 10 1 1/10 1/100 1/1000 
Cubic Measure 1 cu. meter 1/10 cu. m. 1/100 cu. m. 1000 cu. cm. 100 cu. cm. 10 cu. cm. 1 cu. cm. 
Dry Measure 1.308 cu. yd. 2 bu., 3.35 pks. 610.22 cu. in. 61.022 cu. in. 6.1022 cu. in. 0.6102 cu. in. 0.061 cu. in. 
Liquid Measure 264.17 gal. 26.417 gal. 2.6417 gal. 0.264 gal. 3.38 fluid oz. 0.338 fluid oz. 0.27 fluid dram 
The value on every row is 10 times the following row. 
Comparing Liquid and Dry Capacity (Volume):  
Liquid measure  Dry measure  
Cu.In. in 1 Gal. 231 268.8 
Cu.In. in 1 Qt. 57.75 67.2 
Cu.In. in 1 Pt. 28.875 33.6 
Cu.In. in 1 oz. 1.8 2.1 
Dry Capacity (Volume):  
1 quart (qt.) = 1 peck (pk.) = 1 bushel (bu.) = 
2 pints 8 quarts 4 pecks 
1 bushel = 4 pk. = 32 qt. = 64 pt.

Avoirdupois Weight (Metals, Groceries, etc.):  
1 grain (gr.) = 1 gram = 1 dram (dm.) = 1 ounce (oz.) = 1 ounce (oz.) = 1 pound (lb.) = 1 pound (lb.) = 1 kilogram (kg.) = 1 quarter = 1 hundredweight (cwt.) = 1 ton (T.) = 1 ton (T.) = 1 long ton (of coal) = 1 metric ton = wonton = 
0.0648 grams * 0.03527 oz. or 15.43 grains 27.34 grains 16 drams 28.3495 grams (g.) 16 ounces 453.59 grams (g.) 2.2046 lb. 25 pounds 100 pounds 20 hundredweight (cwt.) 2000 pounds (& short ton of coal) 2240 pounds 1000 kilograms 1 soup 
1 ton = 20 cwt. = 2000 lb. = 32000 oz.
* Notice the definition of a grain is the same for all weights, avoirdupois, troy, and apothecaries'. 

Troy Weight (Precious Metals, Gold, etc.):  
1 carat = 1 carat = 1 carat = 1 grain (gr.) = 1 pennyweight (pwt.) = 1 ounce (oz.) = 1 pound (lb.) = 
4 'carat' grains 3.168 troy grains (0.2 gram) 100 points 0.0648 grams * 24 grains 20 pennyweights 12 ounces 
1 pound = 12 oz. = 240 pennyweights = 5760 grains
* Notice the definition of a grain is the same for all weights, avoirdupois, troy, and apothecaries'. 

Apothecaries' Weight (medicine):  
1 grain (gr.) = 1 scruple = 1 dram = 1 ounce (oz.) = 1 ounce (oz.) = 1 pound (lb.) = 
0.0648 grams * 20 grains 3 scruples 8 drams 28.3495 grams (G.) 12 ounces (oz.) 
1 pound = 12 oz. = 96 drams = 288 scruples = 5760 grains
* Notice the definition of a grain is the same for all weights, avoirdupois, troy, and apothecaries'. 

Obscure Weights:  
1 stone = 1 firkin = 1 cental = 1 quintal = 1 keg = 1 barrel = 1 barrel = 1 barrel = 
14 pounds 100 pounds (of butter) 100 pounds (of grain or flour) 100 pounds (of dried fish) Yumm! 100 pounds (of nails) 196 pounds (of flour) 200 pounds (of pork or beef) 280 pounds (of salt) 
Comparison of Weights:  
1 pound avoirdupois = 1 ounce avoirdupois = 1 pound troy, or apothecaries = 1 ounce troy, or apothecaries = 
7000 grains 437.5 grains 5760 grains 480 grains 
Weight and Volume:  
1 gal. of water = 1 cu. ft. of water = 1 liter of water = 1 gal. of gasoline = 1 gal. of Ethanol gasoline = 1 gal. of fuel oil = 1 gal. of Propane = Note: Dry Weight to 1 cup of Sugar (8 oz. volume) = 1 lb. of Sugar = 1 lb. of Butter = 1 lb. of Flour = 1 lb. of Rice = 
8.34 lbs. (133.44 oz. av. * ) 231 cu. in. 62.4 lbs. (1000 oz. av. * ) 7.5 gal. 1 kg. 5.8  6.5 lbs. (typically 6.1) ** 6.59 lbs. ** 7.7 lbs. 4.24 lbs. Volume 6.8 oz. (weight) about 2 cups (actually 18.8 fluid oz.) 2 cups 4 cups 4 cups 
The water is distilled, at its maximum density, with the barometer at 30 in. 
Metric Weight and Volume:  
Millier or Ton  Quintal  Myriagram  Kilogram  Hectogram  Dekagram  Gram  Decigram  Centigram  Milligram  Microgram  
# of grams 1,000,000 100,000 10,000 1,000 100 10 1 1/10 1/100 1/1000 1/1,000,000 
Water * 1 cu. meter 1 hectoliter 10 liters 1 liter 1 deciliter 10 cu. centimeters 1 cu. centimeters 1/10 cu. centimeters 10 cu. millimeters 1 cu. millimeter 
Avoirdupois Weight 2204.6 lb. 220.46 lb. 22.046 lb. 2.2046 lb. 3.5432 oz. 0.3527 oz. 15.432 grains 1.5432 grains 0.1543 grains 0.0154 grains 
* = Weight of what quantity water at maximum density. Water serves as a standard substance for defining units of measure. 
Speed (Velocity) Measurements:  
1 mile per hour (mph) = = = 1 Knot = The speed of light in air = = The speed of light in a vacuum = The speed of sound in air = = Mach (number) = The speed of sound in water = The speed of sound in steel rod = 
1.61 km/hr 1.47 ft/sec 0.87 knots 6080.27 ft/hr (1 nautical mile/hr) about 186,000 mi./sec. 299,790 km/sec. 299,792.8 km/sec. 1087 ft./sec. at 32° F. (741 mph) 1140 ft./sec. at 80° F. (777 mph) speed / speed of sound 4794 ft./sec. at 66° F. 16,410 ft./sec. 
The speed of sound in air increases with temperature, about 1.1 ft./sec./F. 
BMI  Body Mass Index:  
Body Mass Index is a method of appoximating how overweight or underweight a person is. The rather simplistic approach is subject to errors, yet provides a method the average person can use, requiring no equipment beyond a ruler and bathscale. 

The BMI Scale  Less than 18 = 1825 = 2529 = 3040 = Greater than 40 = 
(What those numbers mean) Underweight Healthy Overweight Obese Morbidly Obese 
There is a lot of controversy about the accuracy of the scale. Some think it should be adjusted upwards, others think it should be even more draconian. The original formula, using metric measurements: 
Bed and Mattress Measurements:  
US Standard Mattress Sizes  Crib = Twin = Twin XL = 3/4 = Full = Full XL = Queen = King = CA / Western King = 
Width X Length (in Inches) 28" X 52" 39" X 75" (20" X 26" pillow) 39" X 80" (20" X 26" pillow) 48" X 75" (20" X 26" pillow) 54" X 75" (20" X 26" pillow) 54" X 80" (20" X 26" pillow) 60" X 80" (20" X 30" pillow) 78" X 80" (20" X 3640" pillow) 72" X 84" (20" X 3640" pillow) 
EKing is the standard King or Eastern King (may be only 76" wide) 
Paper Measurements:  
1 quire = 1 ream (480 sheets) = 1 ream (commercial) = 1 bundle = 1 bale = 
24 sheets 20 quires 500 sheets 2 reams 5 bundles 
Circular Measurements:  
1 minute = 1 degree = 1 degree = 1 sextant = 1 quadrant = 1 circumference = 6000 (Soviet) mils = 6400 (U.S.) mils = 4000 (French) decigrades = 
60 seconds 60 minutes 17.777 U.S. 'angular' mils * 60 degrees 90 degrees 360 degrees 360 degrees 360 degrees 360 degrees 
In ancient astronomy, 1 sign = 30 degrees, 12 signs in a circle. What's your sign? 


Pressure Measurements:  
1 atmosphere = = = = = = 1 torr = 1 pascal (Pa.) = 1 psi. = 1 psi. = 7.03 kg./sq. cm. = 1 kg./sq. cm. = 
14.696 pounds/square inch (psi.) 29.92 in. of mercury (Hg.) 760 mm. of mercury (Hg.) 33.94 ft. of water (H2O) 2116.35 pounds/square foot (psf.) 1.01327 bar or 1013.27 millibars (mb.) 1 / 760th atmosphere (1 mm. Hg.) (Almost a perfect vacuum) 1 Newton/sq. meter 6894.8 pascals 0.07 kg./sq. cm. (Used with Gauges) 100 psi. 14.22 psi. 
Roman Numerals:  
Decimal 1 = 2 = 3 = 4 = 5 = 6 = 7 = 8 = 9 = 10 = 50 = 100 = 1000 = 
Roman I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X L C M 

Sound  Decibel Loudness:  
Decibels (dB) 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 
Power Ratio 1,000,000 100,000 10,000 1,000 100 10 1 0.1 0.01 0.001 0.0001 0.00001 0.000001 
Voltage Ratio 1000 316 100 31.6 10 3.16 1 0.316 0.1 0.0316 0.01 0.00316 0.001 
In the strictest sense, decibels are only a ratio of two values. If a unit puts out 100 watts and another unit puts out 10,000 watts, then the ratio is 10000 / 100 or 100. On the Power ratio scale, a 100X difference = 20 dB, where the dB value is the 'log base 10 of the ratio'. For a voltage ratio, where it is 'log base 20 of the ratio', a 100X difference = 40 dB. 
Sounds Threshold of Hearing = Whisper = Quiet Office = Automobile = Conversation = Heavy Street Traffic = Elevated Trains, Riveters = Loud Thunder = Threshold of Pain = 
Decibel Levels 0 dB. 1020 dB. 2040 dB. 4050 dB. 60 dB. 7080 dB. 90100 dB. 110 dB. 120 dB. 
120 dB is a more convenient value to use than saying '1,000,000,000,000 times louder than the softest sound you can hear'. Don't you agree? 
Calendar Dates: (US)  
New Year's Day = MLK Birthday = Valentine's Day = President's Day ** = St. Patrick's Day = Easter = Mother's Day = Memorial Day = Father's Day = Fourth of July = Labor Day = Columbus Day = Halloween = Veteran's Day = Thanksgiving = Christmas = 
January 1st * Third Monday in January * February 14th Third Monday in February * March 17th Always changes each year, see below Second Sunday in May Last Monday in May * Third Sunday in June July 4th * First Monday in September * Second Monday in October * October 31st November 11th * Last Thursday in November * December 25th * 
* Federal Holiday ** Also known as Washington's Birthday  



Times:  
Sun position = Sun position (corrected) = Universal Time (UT0) = (UT1 and UT2) = UT1 = Apparent motion of distant star = Atomic Time (AT) = Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) = 
Apparent solar time Mean solar time Mean solar time at the Greenwich Meridian (Greenwich Mean Time or GMT also known as Zulu Time or Z) (corrected) more accurate versions of UT0 Navigator's time scale Sidereal time Derived from frequency of cesium atoms Weighted average of various Atomic Times, (GMT for the average person) 

Military Time Zones:  



Zulu Eastward Alpha Bravo Charlie Delta Echo Foxtrot Golf Hotel India (Japan) Kilo Lima Mike (Int. Date Line) 
Zulu Westward November Oscar Papa Quebec Romeo (Eastern Time Zone) Sierra (Central) Tango (Mountain) Uniform (Pacific) Victor (Alaskan) Whiskey (Hawaiian) XRay Yankee (Int. Date Line) 
The letter designations actually circumvent the globe. All letters are used except "J". Do your math. There are 24 hours in a day, 24 time zones around the globe and 26 letters  1 = 25. Why do we need 25 letters to name 24 zones? 
Latitude and Longitude (and GPS):  


OK, if I'm in Atlanta, near the 34th degree of Latitude, how far apart are the Longitude lines around here? 

How does this relate to GPS values? 
Practical Measurement Trivia : 
Diameter of circle = multiply the circumference by 0.31831 Circumference of a circle = multiply the diameter by 3.1416 Area of a circle = multiply the square of the diameter by .7854 Surface of a ball = multiply the square of the diameter by 3.1416 Cubic volume in a ball = multiply the diameter by 0.8862 Doubling the diameter of a pipe quadruples its capacity. Water pressure (lb/sq in.) = multiply height of column (ft.) by 0.434 pi = 3.1416 OR "Divide 113 INTO 355" (113355, get it?) (355/113 = 3.1415929...) which IS close to pi, for 6 decimal places. OR go here for pi to 1 MILLION decimal places. "Sir, I send a rhyme excelling In sacred truth and rigid spelling Numerical sprites elucidate For me the lexicon's dull weight" Encoded in this poetry: the transcendental number pi to 20 places. Just count the number of letters in each word: three, one, four, one, five, nine ... Did you know? 111,111,111 X 111,111,111 = 12345678987654321 
Impractical Measurement Trivia:  
Ratio of an igloo's circumference to its diameter = Jackolantern's circumference, divided by its diameter = 2.4 statute miles of intravenous surgical tubing at Yale University Hospital = Time between slipping on a peel and smacking the pavement = Time it takes to sail 220 yards at 1 nautical mile per hour = Midget fortuneteller, escaped from prison = Weight an evangelist carries with God = Shortest distance between two jokes = Australian Local Area Network = 2000 pounds of Chinese soup = 2 erections on the same day = 16.5 feet in the Twilight Zone = 1000 milliliters of wet socks = 1 millionth of a mouthwash = No purchase of either item = Two wrongs by the sister = Going back four seconds = 1 kilogram of falling figs = 453.6 graham crackers = The trendiest story told = Half of a large intestine = Basic unit of laryngitis = Catalog listing 2 items = Catalog listing 1 item = 1 million microphones = 1 duplicate mustard = 2000 mockingbirds = 1 millionth of a fish = 1 distant message = 1 million bicycles = 1,000,000 aches = 1 grandmother = 2 Italian bowls = 2 meters long = 2 monograms = 1 trillion pins = 365.25 days = 100 rations = 10 rations = 1 popcorn = 2 doctors = 8 nickels = 52 cards = Morning = Eternity = Infantry = 1 uncle = Baud = Baud Rate = 100 Senators = 
Eskimo pi Pumpkin pi 1 IV League 1 Bananosecond Knotfurlong 1 small medium at large 1 billigram Straight line LAN down under Won ton 1 direction 1 Rod Serling 1 literhosen 1 microscope 1 binary 1 parasynthesis 1 hungry clock 1 fignewton 1 pound cake 1 Inversion 1 semicolon 1 hoarsepower 1 dialogue 1 monologue 1 megaphone 1 Dijonvu 2 kilomockingbirds 1 microfiche 1 telegram 2 megacycles 1 megahurtz 1 monogram 1 parabola 1 diameter 1 diagram 1 terrapin 1 unicycle 1 Cration 1 decoration 1 father of a unicorn 1 paradox 2 paradigms 1 decacards Dawn of a new error 4 blondes at a 4way stop 1 sapling 1 monocle Woman on the street How much she charges Not 1 decision 

Impractical Medical Trivia:  
Abdicate Acetol Acoustic Acupuncture Acute Angina Aloe Anomaly Aorta Asphalt Artery Bacteria Barium Bar Code Balderdash Benign Bifurcate Bipolar Black Hole Buick Buyology BNegative Catscan Catatonic Cauterize Cesarean Section Circumvent Cloned Calf Coffee Colic Coma Committee Conference Contest Cycle Path D&C Dead GiveAway Dilate Dislocation Eclipse Ecstasy EIEIO Enema ER Esplanade Ethyl Oxide Excrete Expectorant Eyedropper Farn Fester Fibula Flabbergasted Floss Water Fortify Fussed Gatorade Gargoyle Genital Genitalia G.I. Series The Golden Ears Groan Guzinta Hangnail Harass Heroin Hindsight Howscum Impa Tickler Impotent Innernet Inverse Labor Pain Layman Legal Disclosure Loomnum Lymph Mare Medical Staff Mist Morbid Negligent Nitrates Node Odyssey OFF Oncology Onlyest Oral Oramycin Outpatient Pap Smear Paralyze Paranoid Parasites "Pavlov" Pelvis Penis Peter Pan Pharmacist Primary Colors Poet Pokemon Post Operative Rastaferian Recovery Room Rectitude Rectum Relativity Respiration Rited ROM Secretion Seizure Serial Slow Dancing Spatial Specimen Stain Steroid Stock Tip Stupor Superconductor Tablet Terminal Illness Testicle Tripoli Tumor Urine Varicose Vitamin Willynilly Yale 
 To give up hope of a flat stomach  Butt rating, as in 'no acetol'  Stick used to shoot pool  A jab well done  Every woman has a cute one  Common greeting  Normal, as, I normally do that  A command  Hemorrhoid  The study of paintings  Back door to a cafeteria  What undertakers do when patients die  Fighting rules at a local tavern  Rapidly receding hairline  What you be after you be eight  Constantly dealing with forking problems  Making an arctic purchase  Found in black socks  Sound made when throwing up, also see Ralph  The study of shopping  A pessimist's blood type  Action of a feline while entering a room  Feline medicinal drink  Made eye contact with her  A neighborhood in Rome  The opening in the front of boxer shorts  Revealed  One who is coughed upon  A sheep dog  A punctuation mark  A group that keeps minutes and wastes hours  Confusion multiplied by number present  Exam given to a criminal  Deranged trail  Where Washington is  Donating your body to medical school  To live long  Right HERE  What a male vasectomist does  A feeling when you feel you are going to feel a feeling you've never felt before  The rural vowels  Someone who's not a friend  ET's sister  An attempt of an explanation while drunk  Thickskinned woman  Disintegrating concrete  What to assume following a foolish mistake  Clumsy ophthalmologist  Not from America  Quicker than someone else  A small lie  Reaction to a recent weight gain  A manual device to kill flies  45  The initial one in a series  Alligator Welfare  Oliveflavored mouthwash  NonJewish person  An Italian airline  World Series of military baseball  When old people buy expensive hearingaids  Mature, all grown up  Division, 4 goes into 20 five times  What you hang your coat on  Female posterior  Leading lady  Experience gained from changing diapers  Why?, how come?  In particular  Distinguished, well known  Mesh located inside another  Backward poetry  Getting hurt at work  A garnishment for a drink, similar to a lime  Lawyers taking their clothes off  Something fabricated with aluminum  Walking with a lisp  Highest elected official in a town  A doctor's cane  When something is lost  A higher offer than previously made  Absentmindedly wearing a nightie outside  Cheaper than day rates  I knew it  Something you really ought to see  A finesmelling aftershave  Study of someone on call  Singular  Lubrication, like a can of 10W30  Verbalizing your iniquity  A person who has fainted  A fatherhood test  Two false statements  Twice annoyed  What you see from the Eiffel Tower  Ring a bell?  Second cousin to Elvis  Urinate in this, as in 'here, penis'  Bed pan for males  A helper on the farm  John Deere Green, IBM Blue, and Primer Gray  To dispense a liquid  A Jamaican proctologist  A letter carrier  Fellers with ruint hair  Place to do upholstery  Proctologist's dignified demeanor prior to exam  Reason a car is no longer usable  Family gettogether  Sweating while asleep  Past tense of rite  Where the Pope lives  Hiding something  Roman emperor  Major food group  A form of floor play  Unusual, atypical  Italian astronauts  Are you remaining, as in 'you stain?'  Device to hold carpet on stairs  Advice on deworming your goats  Back disorder  Amtrak's Employee of the Month  A small table  Getting sick at the airport  Humorous question on an exam  Very large bra  Two additional ones  Opposite of 'you're out'  Near by  What you do for a doctor standing outside  Impotent  Speak more loudly, holler 

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