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Synonyms for litre

a metric unit of capacity, formerly defined as the volume of one kilogram of pure water under standard conditions

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Statistics released by National Iranian Oil Products Distribution Company (NIOPDC) also showed during the week ended on 7th December total gasoil consumption stood at 768 million liters, up by 235.4 million liters (or 44.1 percent) against a week earlier.
Gasoil consumption averaged 115.3 million liters per day, or 807.3 million liters in total, indicating 1.4 million liters or 0.2 percent lower in comparison to a week earlier.
The buoyant force of helium can lift about one gram per liter of the gas.
The breakdown was 64.7 liters for baths, up 7.6 liters, 59.8 liters for the toilet, up 9.8 liters, 49.8 liters for laundry, down 7.3 liters, and the remaining 75 liters for other purposes.
How many liters of grape juice did Poe drink during his hike?
Its new servo-driven USP-12 (12-cavity) machine produces bottles of up to 3 liters with neck diam.
The standard four-cylinder is the same dual overhead cam 2.4 liter unit that powers the Cavalier Z24 with 150 horsepower.
The 740iL gets an increase in its V-8 engine, from 4.0 to 4.5 liters, improving torque and low-end performance.
A revamped version of Krupp Kautex's KB 300 multilayer accumulator-head machine, capable of blowing containers of up to 1500 liters (396 gal), made its debut.
The "S" engine is actually smaller at 2.3 liters, but produces 210 hp.
Just like the Japanese models, this is a modern V-8 with 32 valves and a match in horsepower with 282 ponies from 4.0 liters. Tied to this engine is a five-speed automatic transmission.