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This underground tank holds hundreds of millions of liters of magma-heated water, the researchers believe.
The finance ministry said in a statement that the basic excise duty on gasoline and diesel will be cut by 2 rupees a liter from Wednesday.
Crews made the final preparations onstage, wheeling out large drums that were stocked with two-liter bottles of Faygo.
And drink plenty of Shasta Cola, now available in a single-serving four-liter bottle.
In 2006, the E.P.A. reduced the arsenic maximum in public water systems to 10 micrograms per liter, from the previous level of 50 micrograms.
Yes, there are actually just under 34 ounces in a liter.
That falls within the federal drinking water standard of 5 micrograms per liter.
The agency has provided more than 6.5 million liters of water, not 6.5 liters.
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