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Victim reported that unknown suspects entered an unsecured construction site and removed several gallons of paint from the job site during the night.
Theft, Brecksville Road: A truck driver parked at America's Best Value overnight Jan. 18 reported that 250 to 275 gallons of fuel was siphoned from his 2007 Freightliner truck.
So, for example, a very simple brine might be a gallon of water, a cup of salt, a half cup sugar, a bay leaf, a big pinch of peppercorns, and a sprig of thyme.
In the four months since the hurricane, FEMA has provided more than 30 million gallons of potable water and close to 60 million meals.
About 1,000 gallons of oil were stored on the plant’s premises; initially, DEEP feared the oil could spill into the Willimantic.
Missouri did not make the top 10 or the bottom 10 lists for overall ease of driving, but the state did stand out as having the lowest average regular gas price at $2.266 per gallon, according to the study by WalletHub.
Other options are a one-gallon clear plastic freezer bag (Ziploc bag or similar) and small clutch bags, no larger than 4.5 x 6.5, with or without a handle or strap can be taken into the stadium with one of the clear plastic bag options.
An industry seeking to draw at least 3 million gallons of water per month must file a public notice and get a state permit from the Department of Health and Environmental Control.
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Origin and Etymology of gallon
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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