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  • The average four-quart oil change using ECO ULTRA helps preserve our natural resources while reducing America's need for foreign oil by two barrels.

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  • Ours was a silver-plated, four-quart teapot that rested on an elaborate, ornately carved ugly stand, and was engraved with the Greek letters of some fraternity.

    The Art and Artistry of Wedding Gifts | The Stiletto Gang

  • From another viewpoint, say, that of a mother standing at the head of her kitchen canteen, ladling soup out of a four-quart casserole, all this arm-flailing, head jerking, and torso-twisting looks about as poetic as elbows do on a neatly set table.

    trémousser - French Word-A-Day

  • Better to use a standard three- or four-quart pot and fry in batches.

    Recipe of the Day: Churros - Bitten Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Fill four-quart saucepan half full of water and boil.

    Lange 2010

  • The fountain syringe is absolutely indispensable; and, though it may seem unnecessarily large, yet I think a four-quart bag better than any of the smaller sizes.

    Making Good on Private Duty

  • This equipment for canning should be in all kitchens: four-quart kettle for blanching; steamer for steaming greens; colander; quart measure; funnel; good rubber rings; sharp paring knives; jar opener; wire basket and a piece of cheesecloth one yard square for blanching; pineapple scissors; one large preserving spoon; one tablespoon; one teaspoon; one set of measuring spoons; measuring cup; jar lifter; either a rack for several jars or individual jar holders; and a clock.

    Every Step in Canning

  • In the morning drain, add fresh cold water and bring to a boil, drain again, and turn them into a four-quart stone jar, put in a generous cup of butter, two large tablespoonfuls of Porto Rico molasses, two tablespoonfuls of salt, less than a teaspoonful of pepper, and fill the jar with boiling water.

    The Golden Age Cook Book

  • This quantity will make thirty or forty glasses or fill a four-quart glass howl.

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  • When I came in the afternoon with my four-quart pail nearly full he came down off the roof and gave me a silver quarter, or two shillings, as then called, and I felt very rich.

    My Boyhood

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