This table is the result of my wanting a quick-reference watch size table of my own. As you see, it gives imperial and metric equivalents of the traditional English/American system. This text is an ASCII simplification of a Microsoft Excel file that will print quite nicely. I'll send that as a base64 encoded attached file to anyone who mails me privately. Feel free to copy this in any form you like (and of course to criticise it). I'm posting it to both CLOCK public lists.
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