The fall of Nineveh revolutionised the international system of the East.
The stability of the international system of payments and trade is important to the stability and good health of our own economy.
Hitherto merely national they now became, in a way, part of an international system.
But, whenever introduced, it should be made plain that the books are auxiliary only to the international system of Bible study.
According to the international system of recording, these cases are included in the total maternal mortality.
And even beyond this step is there not the possibility of an international system in which each nation will insure the other?
In such an international system there will be room and plenty for submarines.
International System of Units n.
A complete, coherent system of units used for scientific work, in which the fundamental quantities are length, time, electric current, temperature, mass, luminous intensity, and amount of substance. Also called International System.
|International System |
The English name for Système International [d'Unites], a decimal system of units used mainly in scientific work, in which the basic quantities are length, mass, time, electric current, temperature, amount of matter, and luminous intensity. In addition, the International System uses two supplementary units to measure plane angles and solid angles. See Table at measurement.