Definition of Kilocalories

1. Noun. (plural of kilocalorie) ¹



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Definition of Kilocalories

1. kilocalorie [n] - See also: kilocalorie

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kilocalories

kiloamps
kilobar
kilobars
kilobase
kilobase pair
kilobase pairs
kilobases
kilobaud
kilobauds
kilobit
kilobits
kilobyte
kilobytes
kilocal
kilocalorie
kilocalories (current term)
kilocals
kilocurie
kilocuries
kilocycle
kilocycle per second
kilocycles
kilodalton
kilodaltons
kiloelectronvolt
kilogallon
kilogallons
kilogauss
kilogausses
kilogram

Literary usage of Kilocalories

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1. Food Insecurity in Sub-Saharan Africa: New Estimates from Household by Lisa C. Smith, Harold Alderman, Dede Aduayom (2006)
"... and FAO estimates of national per capita dietary energy consumption (kilocalories • person~1 • day~1) which is approximated as the calorie availability ..."

2. Rebuilding After War: Micro-Level Determinants of Poverty Reduction in by Kenneth Simler (2004)
"The requirements range from 820 kilo- calories per day for children less than one year old to 3000 kilocalories per day for males between the ages of 18 and ..."

3. Access to Credit and Its Impact on Welfare in Malawi by Aliou Diagne, Manfred Zeller (2001)
"The average per capita daily intake in the sample is 2199 kilocalories, which is almost the same as the 2200 kilocalories per person per day recommended for ..."

4. The Natural history of digestion by Alexander Lockhart Gillespie (1904)
"Experiments on men enclosed in a chamber, or calorimeter, designed for the direct estimation of the heat given off, show that during sleep 40 kilocalories ..."

5. The Electrical Engineer (1898)
"The kilocalories generated by this " falling together " are 56'5, for which kinetic energy we are debtor to the potential energy intrinsic to the metal. ..."

6. Physical Activity and Health: A Report of the Surgeon General by Audrey F. Manley (1998)
"In that group, a daily average of 150 kilocalories greater expenditure in light-to-moderate activity was associated with a 27 percent lower CHD mortality ..."

7. The U. N. Role in the Persian Gulf and Iraqi Compliance with U. N. Resolutions by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"In September"1990, the Government of Iraq introduced a new rationing system consisting of seven basic food items designed to provide about 2450'kilocalories ..."

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