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LEAKAGE. The waste which has taken place in liquids, by their escaping out of the casks or vessels in which they were kept. By the act of March 2, 1799, s. 59, 1 Story's L. U. S, 625, it is provided that there be an allowance of two per cent for leakage, on the quantity which shall appear by the gauge to be contained in any cask of liquors, subject to duty by the gallon and ten per cent on all beer, ale, and porter, in bottles and five per cent on all other liquors in bottles; to be deducted, from the invoice quantity, in lieu of breakage or it shall be lawful to compute the duties on the actual quantity, to be ascertained by tale, at the option of the importer, to be made at the time of entry.

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Looking at the leakages in Table 7, it was decided to arrange the individual FPTUs into three groupings: low, medium, and high (Table 8).
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The firm lost 525 million litres of water per day (Ml/d) to leakages in the year to March.
Ofwat chief executive Regina Finn said Severn Trent Water would have to make "huge efforts" to stem its leakages, even though its immediate priority was to deal with the aftermath of flooding.
Water Industry Commission chiefs have set Scottish Water a strict target of reducing the leakages across the country by 25 per cent over the next two years.
A Donaldson service technician comes in every half a year and examines the entire compressed air network for leakages with measuring instruments, which have been especially developed for this task.
Either of these configurations can achieve lower leakages than placing hoods on the same walls.