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Or, you could go the scientific route and find the average arm length for
your user population and use the direct measurement.
Otherwise, I am with David B.--arm's lenght.
Wishin' it were Friday
Bennett Atkinson wrote:
> Inspections must be performed at a distance no greater than
> arms length from the widget.
> I have three possibilities:
> a. arms length,
> b. arm's length, and
> c. arms-length.
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