30 to 40
The motte varied in size from 50 to 120 feet high and 50-300 feet across. The tower by the motte was typically three levels high. The size of the castle depended on how much was needed to impress the population for political and military reasons.
it as big to fit prositutes
The standard rough opening size for interior doors is 3'0" wide by 6'8" high.
The size of a large courtyard. The motte could be 3-30 metres high.
100 nanometers in depth
about .145 centimeters
there are lots of different size toilets.
10 , 12 , 14 " rough
Plus 2.5 inches each direction larger than the door size.
Smaller than the size of the nucleus.
Generally about 36 inches
I presume a typical motte is about 50 - 300 feet in diameter, while 50-120 feet in height. A bailey was on average double the size in diameter, so that'll be 100-600. Don't rely on my answer though - I'm not a professional - I'm a Y7 student!
About 10 carat rough yellow diamond was produced by diamond manufacturer in Russia, St-Petersburg
1 1/4 is the rough hole size in most bathroom counter-tops.
The cost of rough diamonds depends on size, color, and clarity.
Always add two inches rough opening for actual door size. And another half to 3/4" for french doors. In this case 30".
The top of the motte was flat and they could be very tall. They could range in height from 25 feet (8 metres) to over 80 feet (24 metres) in height. Mottes had very steep sides. It would have been almost impossible to climb the side of the motte, which is why they were so useful for defence. A ditch was also dug around the motte for extra protection. A keep and a wall were built at the top of the motte. Often the keep was made out of wood, but it could also be made from stone and the size varied from castle to castle. For wooden keeps, they were covered in animal skin for protection. Attackers could burn a wooden keep much more easily, so they were covered in animal hide to protect them from attack by fire. The castle is named after Norman words. Motte means a mound of “clod of earth”
R.O. is normally 2-2 1/2 inches greater than door size.
The rough opening for any door or window less than 82.5 inches is two inches larger than the frame being placed in. If the door is larger than that, two and one half inches are added to the overall size.
10 inch off set,
Coarse grained which means it is rough or has big grains
Even the most accomplished scientist would only have a rough guess.