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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LIQUID MEASURE

A liquid measure of Amsterdam, which contains 32 gallons English.

Converting a pussyfoot into liquid measure with caustic soda water.

The ephah is named here, of course, as a standard of dry measure, and the hin as a standard of liquid measure.

Bath, bth, n. the largest Jewish liquid measure, containing about six gallons.

Their accounts were kept, and their references to pecuniary matters were always stated, in terms of liquid measure.

Hin, hin, n. a Hebrew liquid measure containing about six English quarts.

Kilderkin, kil′dėr-kin, n. a small barrel: a liquid measure of 18 gallons.

Log, log, n. a Hebrew liquid measure, believed to be very nearly an English pint.

Mutchkin, much′kin, n. a Scottish liquid measure of four gills, or forming one-fourth of a Scottish pint.

The Ephah of dry measure equalled the Bath of liquid measure, and the Cab was the same in each.

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