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can refer to:
Systems of representation
, an ordering of time intervals from shortest to longest
, referring to the size of buildings or other structures
, a system's capacity to adapt to changes in size and complexity
, a number which scales, or multiplies, some quantity
Scale factor (Universe)
, a function of time which represents the expansion of the universe
, a numerical parameter in statistics
Scale (social sciences)
, an informal system of general size categorizations
, a ruler-like device which facilitates the production of technical drawings
, a ruler-like device similar to the Architect's scale
, an instrument used in measuring weight
Scale (model railroading)
, protective garments similar to animal scales
, a waxy coated animal that resembles a fish scale
, a rigid plate which grows out of the skin of some animals, such as fish and snakes
, a domain of musical notes
Scale (string instruments)
, the sounding length of the strings of an instrument
, an album by electronic artist Matthew Herbert
, known as "the scale"
Scales, South Lakeland
, a village in Cumbria, England
buildup of unwanted substances, sometimes called "scale", on hard surfaces, such as the inside of a pipe
in English), a treatise on Islam by Javed Ahmed Ghamidi
Southern California Linux Expo
, an Open-Source Software conference held in
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