Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of gasoline.

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Examples

  • The Lingen refinery produces aviation fuels, gasolines, middle distillates and fuel oil, as well as other products.

    BP Has 2 European Refinery Fires in 3 Days

  • Oils from many sources are mixed on their way to a refinery, and gasolines from many refineries are mixed on their way to a fuel terminal.

    Gas prices are about more than crude oil

  • Some gasoline manufacturers do use different additives primarily detergents they can claim keep your engine cleaner in their higher-octane gasolines and this is at least theoretically capable of making a difference.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » “Bloggers Mugged by Regulators Become Economic Libertarians”

  • For decades, retailers have been trying to pump up their margins with various premium gasolines, but to little avail.

    Taxes and Prices: In Defense of the Simple Story, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • With the proliferation of “real” gasoline from so many companies, consumers now had a choice between so-called “regular” or “standard” gasolines and a variety of “high-octane” or “high-test” premiums.

    The Prize

  • In a period of a year and a half, in the mid-1950s, thirteen of the top fourteen marketers began to sell new “premium” gasolines, racing hard to outdo one another in extravagant claims.

    The Prize

  • "Reformulated gasolines are not entirely clean," says Daniel Weiss of the Sierra Club, "but significantly cleaner than the existing stuff."

    Keep Holding Your Breath

  • That's 55 gallons of gasolines per week at $4 a gallon.

    CNN Transcript Sep 23, 2008

  • With the proliferation of “real” gasoline from so many companies, consumers now had a choice between so-called “regular” or “standard” gasolines and a variety of “high-octane” or “high-test” premiums.

    The Prize

  • In a period of a year and a half, in the mid-1950s, thirteen of the top fourteen marketers began to sell new “premium” gasolines, racing hard to outdo one another in extravagant claims.

    The Prize

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