Karat

(1981) Karat (1981) is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Karat

Karat is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Karat

(1946) Karat (1946) is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Karat

Is a measure of the purity of gold. Twenty-four karat (24K) is considered as pure gold. See Fineness.
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Karat

[n] - the unit of measurement for the proportion of gold in an alloy
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karat

a measure of the fineness (i.e., purity) of gold. It is spelled carat outside the United States but should not be confused with the unit used to ... [2 related articles]
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Karat

[airline] Karat (Karat Air) was an airline based in Moscow, Russia. It operates scheduled services from Moscow and charter flights from Kazan, as well as VIP and business aviation services. Its main base is Vnukovo International Airport, Moscow, with a hub at Kazan International Airport. == History == The airline was established in 1993 as
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Karat

[fruit] The karat is a local variety of the Fe`i banana found in Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia. Its name originates from its bright orange flesh, unusually rich in β-carotene. For centuries, the karat was used in Micronesia to wean infants onto solid food. However it is much less often eaten there now, as imported foods have grow
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Karat

In order not to confuse karat with "carat", Americans changed the spelling. We obtuse Brits still habitually use the same spelling and word for two different and easy to mix up jewellery terms. Carat is a measure of the weight of gemstones, whereas karat is a measure of the purity of gold. The ratio of gold to other metals is measured in 24 parts,
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Karat

Unit of fineness, scaled from one to 24. 24 karat gold (or pure gold) has at least 999 parts pure gold per thousand; 18-karat has 750 parts pure gold and 250 parts alloy, etc.
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Karat

Unit of fineness, scaled from one to 24. 24 karat gold (or pure gold) has at least 999 parts pure gold per thousand; 18-karat has 750 parts pure gold and 250 parts alloy, etc.
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Karat

Unit of fineness, scaled from one to 24. 24 karat gold (or pure gold) has at least 999 parts pure gold per thousand; 18-karat has 750 parts pure gold and 250 parts alloy, etc.
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Karat

Is a measure of the purity of gold. Twenty-four karat (24K) is considered as pure gold. See Fineness.
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karat

The unit of measure for the fineness of gold. Fine gold is 24 karat (Kt). Other common standards are 18Kt (750 fineness), 14Kt (583 fineness), and 10Kt gold (417 fineness)
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karat

the measure used to describe the purity of gold. 24 karat is pure gold, 100% or 24 of 24 parts gold; 18 karat is 75% gold, or 18 parts gold and 6 parts alloy metals; 14 karat is 58% gold, or 14 parts gold with 10 parts alloy metals.
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Karat

Unit of measurement describing the content of gold in an ornament. The karat unit measures the percentage of gold in metallic objects made of gold (mainly jewelry). Since pure gold bends too easily, it is mixed with tougher metals when made into ornaments to form a tougher, although impurer, gold. The karat measurement determines the percentage of
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karat

Unit of measurement describing the content of gold in an ornament. The karat unit measures the percentage of gold in metallic objects made of gold (mainly jewelry). Since pure gold bends too easily, it is mixed with tougher metals when made into ornaments to form a tougher, although impurer, gold. The karat measurement determines the percentag...
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