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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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Daily gasoline consumption during the mentioned week hit 59.7 million liters up by 2.6 million liters against a week earlier.
Iranian motorists consumed 385.9 million liters of gasoline during the week down by 8.7 million liters (2.2 percent) against a week earlier.
As of August 12, gasoline A95H costs BGN 2.41 per liter, gasoline A98H sells for BGN 2.57 per liter, diesel trades at BGN 2.40 per liter and LPG has a price tag of BGN 1.27 per liter.
Bassil repeated that the government collects more than LL12,500 from every 20 liters of gasoline.
Now that you know how many liters a balloon holds, you can calculate how many balloons you will need to lift any object.
It said Tokyo residents used an average of 249 liters of water a day in fiscal 1998, up 11.1 liters from fiscal 1990.
How many liters of water did Poe drink during his hike?
A 30% bigger platen gives the PF3-1BHL integrated injection stretch-blow model the ability to blow bottles up to 8 liters with a molded-in handle; the previous limit was 5 liters.
The largest double-station shuttle blow molder from Bekum America is the new BM-704DS, equipped with bigger platens and higher clamp force for up to 10 cavities of 1-liter bottles or four cavities of 10 liters.
It has a smaller engine, 4.1 versus 4.5 liters. Horsepower is slightly reduced tO 26G from 278, although weight is down by more than 200 pounds to help improve acceleration.