I continued to measure his progress against the charts in the doctor's office...
A grammar school's success was measured in terms of the number of pupils who got into university...
It was difficult to measure the precise impact of the labor action.
Measure the length and width of the gap...
He measured the speed at which ultrasonic waves travel along the bone.
The house is more than twenty metres long and measures six metres in width...
This hand-decorated plate measures 30cm across...
Their paddock measures 24 metres square.
With the exception of Juan, each attained a measure of success...
The colonies were claiming a larger measure of self-government.
It is a measure of their plight that few of them have anywhere to go to...
That is a measure of how bad things have become at the bank.
The government warned that police would take tougher measures to contain the trouble...
He said stern measures would be taken against the killers...
As a precautionary measure repeat the medication.
He poured himself another generous measure of malt.
...a pub measure of spirits.
Mankind's knowledge of the universe has increased beyond measure...
She irritated him beyond measure.
I repeated my question for good measure...
For good measure, a few details of hotels were included.
The governments of the industrialized world had failed to get the measure of the crisis...
Has he taken the measure of us and concluded that we're not willing to risk a life?...
Lili was the only person I knew who had the measure of her brother.
Power is in some measure an act of will...
In Britain, we have so far escaped, in large measure, either of these afflictions.