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Simple type for length Units

<?xml version="1.0" ?> 
<xsd:schema xmlns:xsd="">
    <xsd:simpleType name="lengthUnits">
        <xsd:restriction base="xsd:string">
            <xsd:enumeration value="angstrom"/> 
            <xsd:enumeration value="nm"/> 
            <xsd:enumeration value="mm"/> 
            <xsd:enumeration value="cm"/> 
            <xsd:enumeration value="dm"/> 
            <xsd:enumeration value="m"/> 
            <xsd:enumeration value="km"/> 
            <xsd:enumeration value="ym"/> 
            <xsd:enumeration value="mil"/> 
            <xsd:enumeration value="inch"/> 
            <xsd:enumeration value="in"/> 
            <xsd:enumeration value="feet"/> 
            <xsd:enumeration value="ft"/> 
            <xsd:enumeration value="yard"/> 
            <xsd:enumeration value="yd"/> 



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