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LITRE. A French measure of capacity. It is of the size of a decimetre, or one-tenth part of a cubic metre. It is equal to 61.028 cubic inches. Vide Measure.

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But profit-taking selling squeezed the margin of rise in the afternoon, with crude oil futures closing at 39,280 yen per kiloliter, up 500 yen.
The factory is estimated to need around 83 tons sugarcane a day on assumption that six kiloliter of ethanol could be produced from a ton of sugarcane.
The daily requirement is 70,000 kiloliters for ADO and 30,000 kiloliters for kerosene.
The plant will treat 20 kiloliters of sewage daily and the treated effluent will be used for various non-potable purposes ie horticulture, washing etc.
After meeting Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday, the Delhi Jal Board had declared that 20 kiloliters water will be provided free of cost to the people of Delhi on January 1, 2014.
41 million kiloliters of gasoline and related products in 2008, far more than CPC's 3.
To supply the equivalent amount of power by burning fossil fuels would require some 58,800 kiloliters of crude oil per year, approximately equal to 300,000 oil drums.
7 kiloliters (922,966 gallons) and after the bombing mission on August 14, 1945 the oil inventories were zero.
2 million kiloliters, more than six times the volume of a decade earlier.
The new plant, located in Kunshan, Jiangsu Province, west of Shanghai, is expected to produce 95,000 kiloliters of beer in the first year, company officials said.
That's because, each day, Earth's atmosphere recycles billions of kiloliters of salty seawater and turns it into fresh water.
On one hand, the oversupply situation of the world's wine since 1996 (basically 3 million kiloliters to 5 million kiloliters) is not greatly changed.