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Table 6-10 (continued) International clothing and shoe sizes

International men's clothing sizes

Shirts, suits, overcoats, sweaters

Europe



US/UK



Underwear



Japan



US



Europe



34



13|



S



34



5



36

37

38



14

14±

15



36

37

38/M



36



6



38



7



39

40

41

42

43



15±

16

16±

17

\7\



39

41/L

42

43

44/LL



40



8



42



9



44

46

48

50



34

36

38

40



S

M

L



44

46

48



10

11

12



52



42



-



54

56



44

46



LL



-



In addition to the sizes above, clothing sometimes uses approximate size measures, such as XS (Extra

Small), S (Small), M (Medium), L (Large), and XL (Extra Large). These letters are especially common

on T-shirts. Each letter may represent a range of two or three numbered sizes. Underwear comes in

small, medium, large, or extra-large sizes. Pajamas are marked in sizes A, B, C, and D. The smallest is

A and the largest is D. Suits are sold according to chest measurement and waist measurement in short,

medium, or long lengths. Trousers are sold according to waist measurements (in inches) and inseam

measurement (length of the seam in inches from the crotch seam to the bottom of the cuff). Shirts are

sold according to neck measurement (in inches) and sleeve length if long sleeved (number of inches

from the centre of the top back, across the shoulder, and down the arm of the bottom of the cuff). For

example, 15 x 32 means 15 inches around the neck and 32-inch sleeve length. Sizes for gloves, socks,

and stockings are the same in both the US and Europe. Sock sizes correspond to the length of the foot.



International men's hats sizes

US



UK



Europe



Japan



6|



6|



54



54



6



6f



55



55



7



6



56



56



7



7



57



57



7\



7



58



58



7\



7



60



60



Note that men's hat sizes measure the diameter of the hat as if it were deformed into a perfect circle,

while women's hat sizes measure the circumference directly.



International shoes sizes (US, UK, Europe, Japan)

Europe/



UKAJS



US



Argentina



men



women



Spain



34.5



2



4



-



France



Japan



Equivalent

length (cm)



35



21.5



23

23.5



35



2.5



4.5



34



36



22



35.5



3



5



-



37



22.5



24



36



3.5



5.5



35



37.5



23



24.5



36.5



4



6



-



38



23.5



25



37



4.5



6.5



36



38.5



24



25.5



37



39



24.5



37.5



5



7



38.5



5.5



7.5



39



6



8



39.5



6.5



26



40



26.5



38



41



27



8.5



-



41.5



40



7



9



39



42



28



40.5



7.5



9.5



-



28.5



41



8



10



41.5



8.5



10.5



42.5



9



11



43



9.5



11.5



43.5



10



12



44



10.5



12.5



45



11



13



46



11.5



13.5



46.5



12



14



12.5



14.5



13



15



-



27.5



29

-



29.5

-



-



-



30

-



30.5

31



-



31.5



-



32.5



-



33.5



32

33

34



Notes: In the US, each whole shoe size differs by 1/3 of an inch while in Europe, whole shoe sizes differ

by 2/3 cm. This makes the correspondences between US and European shoe sizes only approximative.

European shoe sizes are the same for men and women while in the US a woman's shoe is about 1 to 1.5

sizes greater than the same length men's shoe. In the US, infant shoe sizes run from 0 (4 inches) to 13

(8.25 inches). These correspond to European sizes 15 to 31. Boy's shoe sizes run from 1 (8.5 inches) to

12 (12.25 inches). Girl's shoe sizes run from 1 (8.25 inches) to 9.5 (11 inches). Add 1 to the boy's size

to get the equivalent girl's size.



6.12



Common Time Acronyms

Table 6-11 Common time acronyms



6.13



am



ante meridiem



before noon



pm



post meridiem



after noon



AD



anno domini



in the year of the Lord



CE



common era



a



annum



AUC



at urbe condita



from the founding of the city



BC



-



before Christ



BCE



-



before common era



BP



-



before present (e.g., 1952)



BID



bis in die



twice a day



QD



quaque die



once a day



QH



quaque ora



once an hour



QID



quarter in die



four times a day



TID



ter in die



three times a day



year



Old Alchemical Symbols Used in Astronomy,

Chemistry, and Biology

Table 6-12 Old alchemical symbols

Symbol

O



Designation (planet, element)

Sun, gold



5



Mercury



Q



Venus, copper, female sex



$



Earth, terra



O» 3)



Moon, silver



Cf



Mars, iron, male sex



Qj



Jupiter, tin



fo



Saturn, lead






arsenic



A



sulphur



6.14



International Geological Time Scale

Table 6-13 International Geological Time Scale

Era

CENOZOIC



Period

QUATERNARY



Epoch



Age



Holocene



Versilien



Pleistocene



Tyrrhenian

Sicilian



NEOGENE



Pliocene

Miocene



PALEOGENE



Oligocene



Eocene



Paleocene



MESOZOIC



CRETACEOUS



Senonian



Middle

Neocomian



JURASSIC



Malm



Ma

0.01

0.05

0.5



Calabrian



1.8



Piacenzian



3.6



Zanclean



5.3



Messinian



7.1



Tortonian



11.2



Serravallian



14.8



Langhian



16.4



Burdigalian



20.5



Aquitanian



23.8



Chattian



28.5



Rupelian

(Stampian)



33.7



Priabonian



37.0



Bartonian



41.3



Lutetian



49.0



Ypresian



54.8



Thanetian



57.9



Selandian



61.0



Danian-Montian



65.0



Maastrichtian



71.3



Campanian



83.5



Santonian



85.8



Conician



89



Turonian



93.5



Cenomanian



99



Albian



112



Aptian



121



Barremian



127



Hauterivian



132



Valanginian



137



Berriasian



144



Tithonian



151



(Portlandian)

Kimmeridgian



154



Oxfordian



159



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