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GRAMME. A French weight. The gramme is the weight of a cubic centimetre of distilled water, at the temperature of zero. It is equal to 15.4441 grains troy, or 5.6481 drachms avoirdupois. Vide. Measure.

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During the same period in Ramadan, a gramme of 22 carat gold was between QR150 to QR155, and QR160 for a gramme of 24 carat gold," Nijas explained.
Uruguayans will be able to grow up to six plants of marijuana each and possess as much as 480 grammes for personal use.
A ce niveau, le montant de l'unite a baisse, selon lesvendeuses informelles,de 700 DA le gramme depuis le mois de Ramadhan.
Take the skin off chicken before you eat it and drop four grammes of fat.
It will reduce the average CO2 emissions of light commercial vehicles to 175 grammes per kilometre in 2016.
As part of its drive to lead the world in battling climate change, the EU's executive has proposed cutting CO2 from new cars to an average of 120 grammes per kilometre by 2012, compared with a current EU average of around 160 grammes.
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It is denominated in multiples of grammes( s) of gold with a basic unit of 1 gramme.
Police also arrested 12 other drug peddlers from various places and recovered 353 litre liquor, 150 gramme heroin and 240 gramme hashish from their possession.
Each individual participant will get one gramme of gold for each kilogramme lost while families will get two grammes for each kilogramme reduced if an overweight child sheds minimum two kilos.
It foresees penalties for manufacturers that fail to abide by the obligations, calculated on the level of overrun of the limits, eg one, two, three or more gramme of CO2.
The court was told that Muir, who admitted importing 125 grammes of the drug, was addicted to cannabis and smoked a gramme a day.