Pint

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PINT. A liquid measure containing half a quart or the eighth part of a gallon.

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Considering its quality, this particular brand of ale sells very cheaply at 9d an imperial pint.
I would suggest that most of the young people who attend races now do so by driving along streets marked in miles, and if they are responsible drivers they will have only one drink - possibly out of an imperial pint plastic chalice.
This 568mL can, often called a royal or imperial pint in the UK, offers the company's North American customers a new option to differentiate their brands and appeal to consumers, according to Robert M.
An imperial pint is a comparatively small 20oz, while its American equivalent is 16oz but the Trenta will be 8fl oz larger than the Venti cup for drinks.
I gave a shilling and two pennies to a civil man who brought us in return two glasses of black porter, imperial pint measure.

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