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stoke

 [stōk]
a unit of kinematic viscosity, equal to 10−4 m2 per second.

stoke

(stōk),
A unit of kinematic viscosity, that of a fluid with a viscosity of 1 poise and a density of 1 g/mL; equal to 10-4 m2/second.
[George Gabriel Stokes]

stoke

(stōk)
A unit of kinematic viscosity, that of a fluid with a viscosity of 1 poise and a density of 1 g/mL; equal to 10-4 square meter per second.
[George Gabriel Stokes]

Stokes,

Sir George Gabriel, English physicist and mathematician, 1819-1903.
stoke - unit of kinematic viscosity.
Stokes law - relationship of the rate of fall of a small sphere in a viscous fluid.
Stokes lens - used to diagnose astigmatism.

stoke

a unit of kinematic viscosity, that of a fluid with a dynamic viscosity of 1 poise and a density of 1 gram per cubic centimeter. Abbreviated St.
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Stoke Heath was built up for munition workers in the First World War, but before that the Humber factory had been producing bicycles and cars since the 19th century.
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Stoke SMB School has a long record of sporting wins in rugby and other sports, too.
The reason Stoke have survived and flourished in the Premier League is not that opponents find it hard to stop them scoring but that opponents find it hard to score against them.
A group of apprentices at the North Staffordshire Railway Works in Stoke are believed to be responsible for the formation of the club, although the first record of a game involving Stoke Ramblers was recorded in 1868.
But anything other than an Albion win on Saturday could put Stoke out of reach and effectively leave Tony Mowbray's side needing a minor miracle to stave off relegation.
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