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/widTH/,/witTH/,
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widths, plural;
  1. The measurement or extent of something from side to side
    • - the yard was about seven feet in width
    • - the shoe comes in a variety of widths
  2. A piece of something at its full extent from side to side
    • - a single width of hardboard
  3. The sideways extent of a swimming pool as a measure of the distance swum

  4. The quality of covering or accepting a broad range of things; scope
    • - the width of experience required for these positions

  1. the extent of something from side to side
  2. In geometric measurements, length most commonly refers to the longest dimension of an object.
  3. In mathematics, width may refer to: *In geometry, the minimum distance between two parallel lines, planes, or hyperplanes that enclose a given shape **Curve of constant width **Surface of constant width **Mean width is one of the "intrinsic volumes" contemplated by Hadwiger's theorem in integral ...
  4. (Widths) The 2A and B narrow widths offer better fit and comfort, while the 2E and 4E wide widths provide a stable platform.
  5. Measument from Front to Back
  6. The span of a flag down the side parallel to the flagpole.
  7. Size from side to side (crosswise) of a paper reel (paper and print).
  8. The dimension of the building measured parallel to the main framing from outside to outside of sidewall girts.
  9. Width is the horizontal measurement of an item of jewelry measured across the widest area.
  10. Seal cross-section or thickness.
  11. Another term for Depth (the amount of change in the controlled signal by the control signal).
  12. A dimensional of a rectangle or rectangular solid taken at right angles to the length.
  13. The default selection is Auto. If you wish to be sure that the table extends most of the width of the page, select Percent rather than Auto. Use 90% to 98% to spread the table across most of the page.
  14. In a small floower garden with limited space, 2- to 3-foot-wide borders may make the most sense. The standard for traditional English perennial borders is that they need to be at least 6 to 8 feet wide to accommodate the range of plants needed to provide varying heights and continuous bloom. ...
  15. is a positive number that may be followed by a unit specification, either IN for inches (default), or CM for centimeters, or PT for points. ...
  16. Refers to whether the basic typeface has been lengthened or compressed horizontally. The typical variations are Condensed, Normal, or Extended.
  17. the width of individual wood boards that make up a floor.
  18. when using "thumb",and "frameless" you can include a width value: [[Image:Salamander.jpg|thumb|120px|This is a cool example!]]
  19. The measurement of a flag along its hoist.
  20. The dimension of a flag as measured along the edge attached to the pole.  Although this seems to be the predominate definition, particularly as used by museum professionals, there is not universal agreement.  In some circles this dimension would be called height.
  21. Refers to the distance from ski edge to ski edge, measured at the ski's "waist" or narrowest part. In general, wider skis are more stable and easier to control, while narrow skis are faster.
  22. The dimension of a board measured from edge to edge across the face.
  23. Width really does mean “width” and in particlular, it means the width of a line of plastic (a thread) in your print. Note that this isn’t the same as the width of your nozzle or the width of the plastic coming out of the nozzle (which, for ABS, is a bit wider than the nozzle size).
  24. numeric constant or numeric variable name; indicates the width of the line; must be greater than 0.
  25. The reach of a rotary-draw bending clamp die or pressure die.