The food had been made into small rectangular, spherical or cubic portions, in contrast to those consumed by American or Russian astronauts, who sucked food from tube-type containers.
When the offending device had finally been removed, she didn't notice even then; her mind had been made as pure as the cubic room she was contained in.
Other units, such as cubic meters or imperial gallons, can be converted to the U.S. barrel fairly easily.
Diamonds, pyrite and garnet are examples of cubic crystals.
Between 417°C and its melting point of 1493°C, cobalt has a face-centered cubic structure.
The yield and tensile strengths of metals that crystallize in the body-centered cubic from iron, molybdenum, vanadium and chromium depend greatly on temperature.
Historically, imaginary numbers first came to light when trying to solve cubic equations, rather than quadratics.
The Adamstown Treatment Plant, at Kilmeaden will be duplicated, thus increasing its output capacity from 32,500 to 53,000 cubic metres of water per day.
The price of the gas in Shanghai will be 1.32 yuan per cubic metre.
It turns out that these metal-organic building blocks crystallize in the form of a three-dimensional grid with very large cubic cavities.