• a known [an unknown] quantity
  • 既知[未知]数[量];既知の[未知の]人[出来事など]
  • buy in quantities [quantity]
  • 大量購入する
  • in sufficient quantity [quantities]
  • 十分な分量の[で]
  • 282 standard cubic feet), while large quantities of high-pressure gas are supplied in tube trailers which have capacities of up to 4,860 m3 (approx.
  • Wikipedia: Helium
  • A classifier categorizes a class of nouns by picking out some salient perceptual properties...which are permanently associated with entities named by the class of nouns; a measure word does not categorize but denotes the quantity of the entity named by a noun.
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  • According to the agreement certain frontier regions, including the city of Sivas, should be handed over to Manuel in return for some quantity of cash.
  • Wikipedia: Manuel I Komnenos
  • Another tool where ensemble spread is used is a meteogram, which shows the dispersion in the forecast of one quantity for one specific location.
  • Wikipedia: Numerical weather prediction
  • By 1887, however, the Mint was overwhelmed by orders, melting down large quantities of older copper-nickel coins to meet the demand.
  • Wikipedia: Liberty Head nickel
  • Considerable private melting in the early years of the series makes many dates rare; more melting took place when large quantities that had accumulated at the New York Sub-Treasury were sent to Philadelphia in 1861 and 1862 for restriking into smaller denominations.
  • Wikipedia: Seated Liberty dollar
  • Consuming that quantity of MCT oil caused abdominal cramps, diarrhoea and vomiting in some children.
  • Wikipedia: Ketogenic diet
  • Critics argue that farmers lawfully use large quantities of the fertilizer, and as of 2009, only Nevada and South Carolina require identification from purchasers.
  • Wikipedia: Oklahoma City bombing
  • Finally, proteins were known to contain proline in significant quantities (typically 5%); since proline lacks the amide hydrogen and its nitrogen already forms three covalent bonds, proline seems incapable of the cyclol reaction and of being incorporated into a cyclol fabric.
  • Wikipedia: Cyclol
  • From a computation based on 1,672 analyses of all kinds of rocks, Clarke deduced that 99.22% were composed of 11 oxides (see the table at right), with the other constituents occurring in minute quantities.
  • Wikipedia: Earth
  • Had the little piece we have just described been the work of some unknown hand we might have accepted it as an agreeable trifle, displaying more than common ingenuity in its invention, and, with the aid of picturesque costumes, lively setting, and a pretty decoration, gracefully concluding the evening's entertainment, although overweighted with a quantity of extremely undramatic music.
  • Wikipedia: Creatures of Impulse
  • He can, when no choice is left, make shift to dine on immense quantities of raw potatoes or turnips; but, from choice, would never desire to taste bread or vegetables.
  • Wikipedia: Charles Domery
  • Improved economic conditions, combined with low silver prices, brought large quantities of hoarded silver coinage, including half dimes, into circulation beginning in April 1876.
  • Wikipedia: Shield nickel
  • In 1950, calculations by the Polish mathematician Stanisław Ulam and his collaborator Cornelius Everett, along with confirmations by Fermi, had shown that not only was Teller's earlier estimate of the quantity of tritium needed for the H-bomb a low one, but that even with higher amounts of tritium, the energy loss in the fusion process would be too great to enable the fusion reaction to propagate.
  • Wikipedia: Edward Teller
  • In addition, all are toxic to life if they accumulate in any appreciable quantity.
  • Wikipedia: Olm
  • In an attempt to avoid losing large quantities of circulating nickels to melting, the United States Mint introduced new interim rules on December 14, 2006, that criminalized the melting and export of pennies (which as of 2011 cost 2.41 cents to produce) and nickels.
  • Wikipedia: Nickel (United States coin)
  • In an effort to get more money into circulation, the Government adopted a plan to issue large quantities of copper coins, and Lord Hawkesbury summoned Boulton to London on 3 March 1797, informing him of the Government's plan.
  • Wikipedia: Matthew Boulton
  • Individuals began purchasing large quantities of the pieces at face value, and eventually the Treasury ceased to exchange silver certificates for silver coin.
  • Wikipedia: Morgan dollar
  • It reopened the New Orleans facility primarily to coin large quantities of silver dollars, most of which were simply stored in the building instead of circulated.
  • Wikipedia: New Orleans Mint
  • Longbow archery in Tudor England was mandatory for all able adult men, and despite the introduction of field artillery and handguns, they were used alongside new missile weapons in great quantities.
  • Wikipedia: Mary Rose
  • Lothal produced a large quantity of gold ornaments—the most attractive item being microbeads of gold in five strands in necklaces, unique for being less than 0.25 millimetres (0.010 inches) in diameter.
  • Wikipedia: Lothal
  • Microgram quantities of californium-252 are available for commercial use through the U.S.
  • Wikipedia: Californium