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“I had gone from raiding hotel minibars to binge drinking through the night to now chugging one-liter plastic bottles of Arrowhead, emptying out the water and refilling it with white wine—a Chardonnay, a Pinot Grigio, a Chablis.”
“Contestants line up, extend one arm parallel to the ground, grip a one-liter beer, and try not to spill.”
“Grab a pint ($5-$8) or a flight ($15), or a giant one-liter mug of Oktoberfest ($15).”
“It also expects the stores will increase prices on Coke's 16- and 20-ounce and one-liter cola bottles to around $1.19, $1.69 and $1.99, respectively.”
“The reason the answer is yes pertains not only to carrots but to hand drying and tablecloth rolling always from right to left and the precise location on a one-liter taper where you paste a label.”
“Shiga gratefully accepted the one-liter bottle of water and sack of 15-20 energy bars given to him by the AP.”
“A one-liter bottle of raki, also known as lion's milk, now averages about $35.”
“To boost fuel economy and lure buyers, Geely plans to equip the new cars with turbo-enhanced one-liter and other small-displacement gasoline engines and price them competitively.”
“It found that a $1 increase in the price of a one-liter bottle of soda would lead to a 124-calorie decline in the average adult's daily diet.”
“Joint development of one-liter to two-liter engines has improved the economics of BMW's Mini brand, popular but selling only 220,000 units a year.”
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