gasoline pump


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Noun1.gasoline pump - a pump in a service station that draws gasoline from underground storage tanksgasoline pump - a pump in a service station that draws gasoline from underground storage tanks
pump - a mechanical device that moves fluid or gas by pressure or suction
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First in 2 months: Oil firms cut diesel, gasoline pump prices
80 per liter in gasoline pump prices this week, and P0.
Rex mixer; four-cylinder Continental Engine drum drive; old gasoline pump with nozzle to add water; and, hand-operated steel wheel on rear to operate discharge opening gate.
Consumer sentiment surged to its highest level in more than four years as Americans felt better about the job market and welcomed a drop in prices at the gasoline pump, the latest Thomson Reuters/University of Michigan poll of shoppers found.
Summary: NEW YORK - US consumer confidence rebounded to its highest level in more than a year in March as optimism about jobs and income overcame higher prices at the gasoline pump, said a survey released on Friday.
He spoke just before a survey showed the second-largest two-week rise in gasoline pump prices ever.
William Daley spoke just before a survey showed the second-largest two-week rise in gasoline pump prices ever.
Womack said he thinks the council needs to actively pursue the water gasoline pump.
in New Mexico, a note taped to the gasoline pump read, Hold tight to
has introduced a series of gasoline pump sets ranging from 2 to 3 in.
One particularly telling cartoon shows an empty gasoline pump labeled "Uncle Sam Gas, $2.
NEW YORK -- The recent downward shift in the financial markets, and upward move at the gasoline pump, have combined to lower consumer confidence five points in March.