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    10st?

    At just seven years old, Shane Holleywell already weighed almost 10st.

    His Body Mass Index (BMI) was a staggering 36.9, double what it should be, making him morbidly obese; the only clothes that would fit him were for children five years older.
    Hi! What is the measurement unit in full for " 10st"? Thanks!


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    Re: 10st?

    10st. is short for 10 stone. There are 14 pounds weight to a stone, so he weighs 140 lbs.
    There are 2.2 lbs (pounds) to the kilogram, so 63.6 kgs.

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    Re: 10st?

    Quote Originally Posted by thedaffodils View Post
    Hi! What is the measurement unit in full for " 10st"? Thanks!
    10 stone(s).
    A stone is 14 pounds, about 6.36 kilograms.

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    Re: 10st?

    Hi, Davil L & 2006,

    Thank you very much! I'll recite formulas. I only had the idea of kilogram.

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