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  • noun Plural form of kilolitre.

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Examples

  • China was the world's biggest beer consumer in 2009, accounting for 42 million kilolitres or about 24% of the global market, according to Kirin.

    Brewer Sapporo Raises Soft-Drink Stake

  • The suit would automatically supply nourishment, oxygen up to seven hours and about 1.9 kilolitres of water, it said, adding a drainage system would let out carbon dioxide and wastewater.

    China Anounces Stunning New Spacesuit Concept - for Dolphins - NASA Watch

  • The suit would automatically supply nourishment, oxygen up to seven hours and about 1.9 kilolitres of water, it said, adding a drainage system would let out carbon dioxide and wastewater.

    NASA Watch: June 2007 Archives

  • The court also ruled that the amount of water that poor residents received free of charge would increase from 6 kilolitres per household to 50 kilolitres per household.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • If residents needed more than 50 kilolitres then the council should give the household the option of installing a normal water meter, the

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Residents of Phiri and other parts of Soweto had fought for more than five years against the installation of the devices and the limitation of the free basic water supply to six kilolitres per household.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Magwaza said, "After the filing of thousands of pages of legal documents, the battle of Phiri residents against Johannesburg Water's limitation of free basic water supply to six kilolitres per household, and unilateral installation of pre-paid water meters will finally be heard from 3rd to 5th December 2007."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The suit would automatically supply nourishment, oxygen up to seven hours and about 1.9 kilolitres of water, it said, adding a drainage system would let out carbon dioxide and wastewater.

    NASA Watch: Keith Cowing: June 2007 Archives

  • "It should be noted that any infrastructure, for example, water, sanitation and electricity can only carry certain loads, be it kilolitres or kilowatts."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • According to city water services official, John Potgieter, a recent blitz in the Helderberg area showed while most residents were complying with the restrictions, some people were using as much as 390 kilolitres per month.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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