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Synonyms for centilitre

a metric unit of volume equal to one hundredth of a liter

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The starting point for his hypothesis was that the dispersion parameter is such that the theoretical proportion above 365 liters annually (that is 100 centiliters daily) is very small.
* A standard drink is defined as containing 13.6 grams of pure alcohol or 1.72 centiliters (1cl = 7.91 grams) in Ontario and approximately 11.87 grams or 1.5 centiliters in Finland.
Binge drinking (heavy drinking occasions) was defined as an occasion when the respondent had consumed at least one bottle of wine, 25 centiliters of spirits, or four cans of beer.
The frequency of drinking larger amounts was measured by the question: How many times during the last 12 months have you consumed alcoholic beverages corresponding to at least one bottle of wine, 25 centiliters of spirits, or 4 cans of beer, or more, during one drinking occasion ?
Binge drinking corresponds to drinking one bottle of wine or more in one drinking occasion; one bottle of wine equals 25 centiliters of spirits or four pints of beer.
The mean consumption has been transformed into 100% alcohol and is displayed as centiliters per year.
The average annual consumption is slightly higher in the younger group (750 centiliters) than in the older group (736 centiliters), but the t-test indicates that the difference is not significant (p=.800).
In measuring actual drinking behavior, the researcher defined restrained drinking as being drunk less often than once during the last month and drinking less than 7.5 centiliters of absolute alcohol on the last occasion.