Gas is $8.00 a gallon, so those forced to use these designated routes are wasting both time and money they don't have.
Drive 20,000 miles per year at $4.00 a gallon, and the payback period is shorter—2.5 years.
With oil above $100 a barrel, and gas nearing $4 a gallon, doomsayers wrongly predict the end of the recovery.
“These people act like we drink a gallon of blood and hang upside down from crucifixes before we go onstage,” Rob Halford says.
That $39.53 translates to roughly doubling milk prices, which means that the price for a gallon of milk would go up to about $7.
My calculation is, that they drink on the average two-thirds of a gallon each per day, at a cost of 2d.
To every gallon of water you must take a gallon of cowslips.
A bowl holding about a gallon was placed upon the table, and the fumes of the Santa Cruz rum were grateful to our nostrils.
"And I know I must have lost a gallon of blood," said Harry.
One gallon of water and four pounds of ordinary washing soda, and a quarter of a pound of soda.
liquid measure, late 13c., from Old North French galon, corresponding to Old French jalon "liquid measure," related to jale "bowl," from Medieval Latin diminutive form galleta "bucket, pail," also "a measure of wine," of unknown origin, perhaps from Gaulish galla "vessel."
gallon gal·lon (gāl'ən)
A unit of volume in the U.S. Customary System, used in liquid measure, equal to 4 quarts, 231 cubic inches, or 8.3389 pounds of distilled water (3.7853 liters).
A unit of liquid volume or capacity in the US Customary System equal to 4 quarts (3.79 liters). See Table at measurement.