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“An AM/PM convenience store inside the Finance Ministry has set a rule that customers can buy a maximum of two half-liter water bottles at a time.”
“In two studies conducted at Exeter University on 15 men, Stephen Bailey and colleagues found cyclists who drank a half-liter (about a half-quart) of beetroot juice several hours before setting off were able to ride up to 20 percent longer than those who drank a placebo blackcurrant juice.”
“In some parts of the city, entrepreneurs were seen cruising the streets in pickup trucks with tarpaulin sheets covering up six-packs of half-liter bottles of water, priced at 250 baht to 300 baht per pack, or nearly $10.”
“I checked my provisions, two half-liter bottles of water, a sesame bagel with cream cheese, a chocolate bar, a tiny box with 37 orange Tic Tacs, less than two calories per mint.”
“He estimates that amount of resin used in a half-liter plastic bottle could cost 4.22 cents next month, an increase of 47% from lows last August.”
“A soft drink seller makes a transaction with a Japanese tourist: 100 yen, that is $1.30, for a half-liter bottle of oolong tea.”
“PepsiCo's Aquafina, the nation's best-selling brand of bottled water, is launching the Eco-Fina Bottle, the lightest half-liter bottle of any nationally distributed bottled water brand in the market.”
“The Clear2Go provides you with up to 100 gallons of filtration (equivalent to 757 half-liter plastic bottles) and allows you to fill your bottle from tap water at work, school or anywhere on the go.”
“Russia may more than double the minimum price of a bottle of vodka to 200 rubles ($6.50) a half-liter in the next three years, Deputy Finance Minister”
“In one of the e-mails seen by the Wall Street Journal, dated April 30, Landis said he flew to Girona, Spain, in 2003 and had two half-liter units of blood extracted from his body in a three-week interval to be used later during the Tour de France.”
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