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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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74 million gallon water was being supplied to Islamabad from different tube wells, which has been increased to 77 million gallon.
The upside of using a performance measure, such as the water footprint of a gallon of wine, is that it is a direct measure of performance and can be discussed simply and easily.
2 percent to 319 million gallons from just over 340 million gallons.
And consumers should be prepared to hear predictions as high as $4 a gallon, Kloza warned.
ethanol subsidy of 51 cents per gallon in effect until 2010, and with oil priced at $70 per barrel, distilling fuel alcohol from corn promises huge profits for years to come.
4 cents per gallon federal tax, unchanged in more than 10 years, essentially pays for the upkeep and expansion of the federal highway system.
And that's within the price range of refined gasoline, which runs between 25 cents per gallon drawn from Saudi oil and 75 cents per gallon for Wyoming oil.
Former Delaware Governor Pete du Pont has described how the number of miles one can drive on a gallon has jumped from about 13.
14 kilograms of carbon in the oil used to manufacture 1 gallon of gasoline.
The A and B components are shipped to the user in separate containers, either five gallon or 55 gallon, and must be mixed together in equal volumes to produce the chemical reaction which changes the liquids into a solid rubber.
05 per gallon, followed, in descending order, by Montana ($.
Every gallon of water that goes down the drain costs money.
A gallon of sap at two-per-cent brix might net 20 cents, while three-per-cent brix might be worth 35 cents.