Dry gallon


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Dry gallon

268.8 cubic inches. The units for dry measure and liquid measure were often somewhat different, and sometimes there was more than one measure for liquids. Examples were the differences between wine, beer, and water gallons.
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Industrial Coatings market consumed 264 million dry gallons and 470 million wet gallons in 2004.