Hectograph

Hec"to*graph

(?), n. [Gr. hundred + -graph.] A contrivance for multiple copying, by means of a surface of gelatin softened with glycerin.
[Written also hectograph.]

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Hec"to*li`ter

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Hec"to*li`tre

} (?), n. [F. hectolitre, fr. Gr. hundred + F. litre a liter.] A measure of liquids, containing a hundred liters; equal to a tenth of a cubic meter, nearly 26 gallons of wine measure, or 22.0097 imperial gallons. As a dry measure, it contains ten decaliters, or about 2 Winchester bushels.

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Hec"to*me`ter

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Hec"to*me`tre

} (?), n. [F. hectomtre, fr. Gr. hundred + F. mtre a meter.] A measure of length, equal to a hundred meters. It is equivalent to 328.09 feet.
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