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μm

/μm/ micrometer (2).

μm

abbreviation for micrometer.

1 micrometer

(mī′krō-mēt-ĕr) [ micro- + -meter],

μm

One millionth of a meter (10−6); one thousandth of a millimeter (0.001 mm). It was formerly called a micron.

μm

micrometer.
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POSITIVE ROLE-MODELS MANY mums (75%) are calling for advertisers to use more realistic mum body images in commercials, including ditching images of bikini-clad new mums with taut stomachs on the beach.
However, I've always felt incredibly sad that my mum isn't in my life, especially as I now have a two-year-old daughter and another baby on the way.
AS their maternity leave comes to an end, many mums get extremely anxious at the prospect of leaving their bundle of joy with family or at a nursery while they go back to work.
Yet four out of 10 younger mums still rely on their own mum to help them do things such as cook a casserole and bake bread because they've never learned how to do it themselves.
Cow & Gate are also sending this out to more than 20,000 mums a month in their Mum and Baby Club.
But she allows cameras to follow her as she looks forward to the release of her mum from HM Prison Eastward Park, near Bristol, who has been there for two years after being found guilty of smuggling drugs into prison.
Young mums can be planted as early as in the spring if ordered from a national mum retailer like Kingsmums.
A Warburtons spokeswoman said: "Family is such an integral part of the Warburtons story that we're delighted to be helping reward the person for whom family is all-important - mum - and what makes her magic to those closest to her.