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1, An imperial gallon, used in Britain, is equal to 4546 cubic centimetres.
2, My car does 35 miles to the gallon.
3, The car does about 50 miles per gallon .
4, There are eight pints in a gallon.
5, The car's average mileage is 22.73 miles per gallon.
6, It does 30 miles to the gallon.
7, This car runs 5 miles on a gallon of gasoline.
8, This car does 30 miles to the gallon.
9, Four quarts constitute a gallon.
10, The car does 55miles per gallon.
11, A US gallon is equal to 3785 cubic centimetres.
12, This car does about fifty miles to the gallon.
13, Unleaded gasoline rose more than a penny a gallon.
14, My car does forty miles to the gallon.
15, The car used a gallon of petrol for the journey.
16, My car does 40 miles to the gallon .
17, The imperial gallon is not the same size as the US one.
18, This car averages 40 miles to the gallon.
19, I've heard that ten pence a gallon is coming off the price of petrol.
20, It would have been perfect if half a gallon of water had not leaked into my rolled-up sleeping-bag.
21, This type of car can run 25 miles a gallon.
22, The price of petrol is coming down by four pence a gallon.
23, A quart is so called because it is a quarter of a gallon.
24, The car will do over 40 miles to the gallon.
25, The oil shortage drove gas prices up by 20 cents a gallon.
26, There are just over four and a half litres to a gallon.
27, The government has put ten pence on the price of a gallon of petrol.
28, There are two pints in a quart and four quarts in a gallon.
29, The price of petrol will rise by 5p a gallon from tomorrow.
30, Fruit sherbets must weigh no less than 6 pounds per gallon.