Measurement of time probably started the first time one hominid said to another, "Let's meet when the sun comes up again" or "Come when the moon is full." You could argue that there is really no such thing as time apart from the measurement of it.
from Spartans in Rome
the metric sysytem of measurement started and popularized in England this is all about the metric equation
please answer this! measurement of time = hour belongs to us = our
Tad is not an exact measurement. It means a little.
A sequence of events.
You could measure a puddle in various ways, which might, assuming basic instruments of measure are used, include:circumference or perimeter (linear measurement)color (subjective observatory measurement)color at different times of day and in different weather conditions, and so on (subjective observatory measurement)depth (linear measurement)surface area (area measurement)temperature of contents (Celsius)temperature of contents (Fahrenheit)time taken to be drunk by a dog of a particular age, weight and breed (time measurement)time taken to empty (time measurement)time taken to evaporate under various temperature controls (time and temperature measurement)time taken to fill (time measurementvolume of contents (capacity/volume measurement)weight of contents (weight/mass measurement)