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n. (plural of watt English)

Watts, OK -- U.S. town in Oklahoma
Population (2000): 316
Housing Units (2000): 120
Land area (2000): 0.367032 sq. miles (0.950609 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000370 sq. miles (0.000958 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 0.367402 sq. miles (0.951567 sq. km)
FIPS code: 79100
Located within: Oklahoma (OK), FIPS 40
Location: 36.107896 N, 94.571389 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 74964
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Watts, OK

Watts may refer to:

  • Watt, a unit of power
Watts (crater)

Watts is a small lunar crater that is located at the extreme northern edge of the Mare Fecunditatis. Just one crater diameter to the northwest is the irregular da Vinci. Farther to the south is the larger crater Taruntius.

The rim of this crater is broken in the south and the interior is flooded with lava. The terrain about the crater has also been resurfaced by past lava flows, leaving on a low rim raised about the nearly level surroundings. The southwest rim is attached to a low rim that connects with da Vinci.

This crater was previously designated Taruntius D before being named by the IAU.

Watts (surname)

Watts is a surname, and may refer to:

Watts (producer)

Austin Garrick, also known as Watts, is a Canadian record producer, songwriter, musician and composer from Toronto, Ontario. He has produced for artists such as Ghostface Killah, Redman, Method Man, and Joe Budden. He is one half of synth-pop duo Electric Youth (alongside childhood girlfriend Bronwyn Griffin), who first rose to prominence for their work on the acclaimed soundtrack of the motion picture Drive.

Watts (Pacific Electric)

The Watts line was a local line of the Pacific Electric Railway that operated between the Pacific Electric Building in Downtown Los Angeles and the Watts Station at 103rd Street in Watts. It was the primary local district service for the Southern District, which also included the Long Beach, San Pedro, Santa Ana and Whittier lines. The route operated along the Southern Division's Four Tracks route, with the Watts Line using the outer tracks and the Long Beach line and other interurban and express lines using the inner tracks. It operated between 1904 and 1958. During the 1910s, its service was combined with the South Pasadena Line of the Northern District. From 1938 to 1950, the line was combined with the Sierra Vista Line, which was the main local line in the Northern District. Since 1990, service along the Watts Line between Washington Boulevard and 103rd Street has been operated by the Los Angeles Metro Blue Line, with stations at Washington Boulevard, Vernon Avenue, Slauson Avenue, Florence Avenue, Firestone Boulevard and 103rd Street.

Usage examples of "watts".

Then we caved their heads with about twenty thousand watts of frozen sound.

The Watts article contains the most accurate statistics regarding Iraqi formations, equipment, and manpower in the KTO.

The radio blared hype on the Watts homicides: the monster dog and his human accomplice.