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Litre

Liter Li"ter, Litre Li"tre, n. [F. litre, Gr. ? a silver coin.] A measure of capacity in the metric system, being a cubic decimeter, equal to 61.022 cubic inches, or 2.113 American pints, or 1.76 English pints.

Liter Li"ter, Litre Li"tre, n. [F. litre, Gr. ? a silver coin.] A measure of capacity in the metric system, being a cubic decimeter, equal to 61.022 cubic inches, or 2.113 American pints, or 1.76 English pints.

- equal to 27 litres. One cubic foot has an exact volume of 28.316846592 litres, which is 4.88% higher than the 27 litre approximation. A litre of liquid...

- This is a list of countries by alcohol consumption measured in equivalent litres of pure alcohol (ethanol) consumed per capita per year. The WHO publish...

- saloons titled SS Jaguar 1½ litre, 2½ litre or 3½ litre and the two-seater sports cars the SS Jaguar 100 2½ litre or 3½ litre. In March 1945 the company...

- Type 4 engine was enlarged to 1.8 litres and 68 metric horsepower (50 kW; 67 bhp) in 1974, and again to 2.0 litres and 70 metric horsepower (51 kW; 69 bhp)...

- Bentleys. Ch****is series A to F were 3½ Litre cars; G to L (excluding I) were 4¼ Litres, and the M series was the 4¼ Litre Overdrive ch****is. Each series consisted...

- 4½ Litre. Two cylinders were removed from the 6½ Litre model, reducing the displacement to 4.4 litres. At the time, the 3 Litre and the 6½ Litre were...

- to 0.946352946 litres. In the United States, the dry quart is equal to one quarter of a US dry gallon, or exactly 1.101220942715 litres. The imperial quart...

- top-end power but which, along with an increase in displacement to 5.3 litres (5,344 cc), greatly improved performance at low-mid engine speeds, which...

- corresponding fuel economies are reported as 'urban' and 'extra-urban', in litres per 100 km and (in the UK) in miles per imperial gallon. The urban economy...

- Introduced as a 3.4-litre, it earned fame on both the road and track, being produced in five displacements between 2.4 and 4.2-litres for Jaguar p****enger...

- This is a list of countries by alcohol consumption measured in equivalent litres of pure alcohol (ethanol) consumed per capita per year. The WHO publish...

- saloons titled SS Jaguar 1½ litre, 2½ litre or 3½ litre and the two-seater sports cars the SS Jaguar 100 2½ litre or 3½ litre. In March 1945 the company...

- Type 4 engine was enlarged to 1.8 litres and 68 metric horsepower (50 kW; 67 bhp) in 1974, and again to 2.0 litres and 70 metric horsepower (51 kW; 69 bhp)...

- Bentleys. Ch****is series A to F were 3½ Litre cars; G to L (excluding I) were 4¼ Litres, and the M series was the 4¼ Litre Overdrive ch****is. Each series consisted...

- 4½ Litre. Two cylinders were removed from the 6½ Litre model, reducing the displacement to 4.4 litres. At the time, the 3 Litre and the 6½ Litre were...

- to 0.946352946 litres. In the United States, the dry quart is equal to one quarter of a US dry gallon, or exactly 1.101220942715 litres. The imperial quart...

- top-end power but which, along with an increase in displacement to 5.3 litres (5,344 cc), greatly improved performance at low-mid engine speeds, which...

- corresponding fuel economies are reported as 'urban' and 'extra-urban', in litres per 100 km and (in the UK) in miles per imperial gallon. The urban economy...

- Introduced as a 3.4-litre, it earned fame on both the road and track, being produced in five displacements between 2.4 and 4.2-litres for Jaguar p****enger...

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