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Synonyms for gallon

United States liquid unit equal to 4 quarts or 3

a British imperial capacity measure (liquid or dry) equal to 4 quarts or 4

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In terms of water use, a dry-farmed vineyard would he one extreme, since it uses no irrigation water and therefore zero gallons of irrigation water to produce a gallon of wine.
The median bill, for 11,000 gallons, will go from $33.
But Vanegas can't find anybody who wants to buy the glycerin, and gallons of the stuff are piling up on his lot.
ethanol subsidy of 51 cents per gallon in effect until 2010, and with oil priced at $70 per barrel, distilling fuel alcohol from corn promises huge profits for years to come.
4 cents per gallon federal tax, unchanged in more than 10 years, essentially pays for the upkeep and expansion of the federal highway system.
Pour the 2 gallons from the 5 gallon pitcher into the 3 gallon pitcher.
Given the typical energy yield of switchgrass, a rough calculation indicates that if all that land were planted with switchgrass, we could replace every single gallon of gas consumed in the United States with a gallon of inexpensive, domestically produced, and more environmentally-friendly cellulosic ethanol.
Depending on the species, a cord of finely split dry wood is usually enough to produce 20-25 gallons of syrup.
The boiler is completely automated and burns 50 gallons of furnace oil per hour.
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Selectmen at that time changed the rates, not to generate more revenue, but because of the 65 gallons per person per day restrictions imposed by the state Department of Environmental Protection.
Bob Newton uses ultrasound to scan a section of pipe looking for weak spots along an oil transit pipeline that leaked up to 267,000 gallons of oil in March at the Prudhoe Bay oil field on Alaska's North Slope.
Summer had a bucket that held exactly 5 gallons of water, and her brother Dakota had a bucket that held exactly 3 gallons of water.
The annex declares withdrawals of up to 365 million gallons of water too small to regulate, has no enforcement mechanisms for its proclaimed lofty goals of improving the Great Lakes watershed, and, ultimately, cedes all authority to regulate water exports to the World Trade Organization in the Hague, Netherlands.