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  • n. Plural form of pint.


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  • At Ben & Jerry's we think downsizing pints is downright wrong.

    Ben & Jerry's Announces Their Grocery Shrink Ray Immunity - The Consumerist

  • GAR Pale Ale is a year-round offering, available over the bar in pints or in growler jugs to go.

    Beer: Recognition never gets old

  • I don't render it myself, but the butcher I visit twice a year, Dietrick's Meats, sells lard in pints and quarts.

    How to render lard | Homesick Texan

  • However, I wouldn't think making any less than 4 pints is worthwhile.

    Naranjas Amargas para Mermelada?

  • There are five varieties of Tofutti "ice cream" in pints alone.

    Tofutti Summer and Year Round

  • Mary Donahue, who had taken three pints from the milkman, now took one pint.

    Chapter 8

  • Wilkinson must get our ale bottled in English pints now, for a quart bottle is too much, night after night, for you and me, without his assistance.


  • It's very cool), and as I've just discovered, said menu includes Strongbow in pints!

    May 19th, 2004

  • Yep, that's one liter of chicken stock, 2 p is two pints, which is the equivalent amount for those who don't use metrics.

    At My Table

  • The volume of air inhaled and exhaled by the adult in the twenty-four hours averages 360 cubic feet, or 2,000 gallons, while the amount we take in the shape of liquid or solid food does not amount probably to more than 5 1/2 pints, which is equal to only 1 – 3000th part of the volume of air passed through the lungs.

    The Art of Living in Australia

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