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1. Juneau averages over 50 in (130 cm) of precipitation a year, and Ketchikan averages over 150 in (380 cm).

2. The living woman was estimated to be one meter in height, with a brain volume of just 380 cm (considered small for a chimpanzee and less than a third of the H. sapiens average of 1400 cm).

3. However, modern Homo sapiens have a brain volume slightly smaller (1250 cm) than Neanderthals, women have a brain slightly smaller than men and the Flores hominids (Homo floresiensis), nicknamed hobbits, had a cranial capacity of about 380 cm (considered small for a chimpanzee), about a third of the Homo erectus average.

4. The braincase, being only 320 cm to 380 cm in volume, is similar to that of extant chimpanzees and is notably less than the approximate human volume of 1350 cm. The teeth, brow ridges, and facial structure differ markedly from those found in Homo sapiens.

5. The American elm is a deciduous hermaphroditic tree which, before the introduction of DED, commonly grew to more than 100 feet (30 m) tall with a trunk whose diameter at breast height was more than 4 feet (1.2 m) and whose circumference was more than 150 inches (380 cm) when supporting a high, spreading umbrella-like canopy.

6. Water depth varies from 25 cm along the edge to 380 cm during the 1 and 3 meter lashes.

7. The western side of the park is mantled by temperate rainforests, including the Hoh Rainforest and Quinault Rainforest, which receive annual precipitation of about 150 inches (380 cm), making this perhaps the wettest area in the continental United States (however, parts of the island of Kauai, such as the summit of Mount Waiʻaleʻale, in the state of Hawaii receive more rain).

8. The largest plasma video display in the world at the 2008 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, was a 150 inches (380 cm) unit manufactured by Matsushita Electric Industrial (Panasonic) standing 6 ft (180 cm) tall by 11 ft (330 cm) wide.

9. One of the areas of highest elevation, Alta, Utah, receives 544 inches (45.3 ft; 1,380 cm) of snow annually, part of a total of 52 inches (1,300 mm) of precipitation per year.

10. After the completion of ground testing at the end of 2017, Safran's geared open rotor engine had reached a technology readiness level of TRL 5. The open rotor demonstrator's twelve-blade front propeller and ten-blade back propeller have diameters of 13.1 and 12.5 ft (4.0 and 3.8 m; 160 and 150 in; 400 and 380 cm), respectively.

11. Males have a head and body length of 368–380 cm (12.07–12.47 ft) with a shoulder height of 170–186 cm (5.58–6.10 ft), while females have a head and body length of 310–340 cm (10.2–11.2 ft) and a shoulder height of 148–173 cm (4.86–5.68 ft).

12. There is significant rainfall (annual average of 380 cm), mostly during the months of June, July and August.

13. The annual rainfall is around 250 to 380 cm (100 to 150 inches).

14. LB1's brain is estimated to have had a volume of 380 cm (23 cu in), placing it at the range of chimpanzees or the extinct australopithecines.

15. Mad River Glen averages over 150 inches (380 cm) of snow a year and maintains a traditional form of New England skiing that emphasizes snow preservation on narrow trails with little grooming instead of man-made snow on wide boulevards.

16. However, modern Homo sapiens have a brain volume slightly smaller (1250 cm) than neanderthals, and the Flores hominids (Homo floresiensis), nicknamed hobbits, had a cranial capacity of about 380 cm (considered small for a chimpanzee) about a third of that of H. erectus.

17. It featured a 150 in (380 cm) wheelbase, a 202 in (510 cm) flat bed and tandem dually axles.

18. The mountain is famous for its dry snow (for the Pacific Northwest), with typical snowfall of over 462 inches (1,170 cm) per year and a mid-winter base over 150 inches (380 cm).

19. The most disastrous floods occurred in 1824 (421 cm above sea-level), 1924 (380 cm), 1777 (321 cm), 1955 (293 cm) and 1975 (281 cm.).

20. The orchid lives in an environment with heavy rainfall, up to 150 in (380 cm) per year.

21. Annual average lake-effect snows exceed 150 inches (380 cm) downwind of Lake Erie and 200 inches (510 cm) downwind of Lake Ontario.

22. That tiger was 50 in (130 cm) tall at the shoulder and 122 in (310 cm) long with length of skin, 150 in (380 cm).

23. women have a brain volume slightly smaller than men, and the Flores hominids (Homo floresiensis), nicknamed "hobbits", had a cranial capacity of about 380 cm, about a third of the Homo erectus average and considered small for a chimpanzee.

24. The image itself measures 73 by 143 inches (190 cm × 360 cm), while the frame measures 81 by 151 inches (210 cm × 380 cm).

25. The building has walls made from round unhewn pine logs in the inside as well as on the outside, the height from the foundation up to where the wall and rafter are joined is 197 cm and up to the ridge 380 cm. The logs are tied in the corners by axe hewn backwards halving, that is typical for older log constructions in the region.

26. At the very beginning there were drawings and large graphic sheets depicting relationships (Two – Free variation on an hour of the lovers, 1988, etching, All at once, 1989, etching, GASK, And tickle, charcoal on paper, 200 x 380 cm, 1988), sometimes with a hidden erotic subtext (Shape of adventure, 1987).

27. It is also an oil on canvas, however is different in size compared to the original and the showcase piece with dimensions of 172 x 380 cm. Lautrec's piece mimics the subject matter and style of the original, using the fresco technique of applying paint to create a matte surface.

28. The monument consists of a bronze sculpture standing on a granite plinth and measures 380 cm × 230 cm × 230 cm (12.5 ft × 7.5 ft × 7.5 ft).

29. Juneau averages over 50 in (130 cm) of precipitation a year, and Ketchikan averages over 150 in (380 cm).

30. since the 1970s, in the chapel of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, there was a seven-arm candlestick, 310 cm high and 380 cm wide, cast in bronze in 1596 by the Riga Conviser Hans Meyer for St. Peter's Church in Riga.