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More than 72 million gallons are produced per day at a cost of only a penny for every four gallons.
More than seven million gallons of salt water poured into the Canarsie Tunnel, which carries L trains under the East River.
The biohazardous, pollution risk was being converted into more than 2,600 gallons of biodiesel.
This is why Indianapolis gas prices are hitting $3 per gallonMore: Gov. Eric Holcomb says state won't toll I-465 More: Mike Pence's infrastructure mess: What went wrong with I-69?
There will also be gallons of a milk-like substance being sprayed all over the nude crowd.
Mix 2 tablespoons of white vinegar with a gallon of water and dispense it with a spray bottle.
And, according to the study, lower temperatures could save up to 15 gallons of water per person per day — that's as much water as the typical washing machine uses for a load of laundry.
No more cooking his favorite foods or bringing home gallons of his favorite juice, no more laughter around the bon fire [sic] or Christmas mornings.
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Origin and Etymology of gallon
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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