“People ran up tons and tons of money—about $12,000,” he says.
The bow of the USS New York was made with 7.5 tons of steel from the World Trade Center.
“They have tons of literature on why certain things are good for you and what they offer,” she says.
"We sprayed enough water [up to 2,400 tons] to fill the pool, so it must have been filled, but we could not check," Kunisawa says.
It has everything—great food, tons of shopping, vast landscapesn and cold beer—all next to Lake Michigan.
The dyer mixes his dyes for the coloring of tons of valuable silk and the artist paints under this artificial light.
Now, only 15,000 tons are made per annum by Leblanc's process.
Since 1897 Natal has supplied free of cost 12,000 tons of coal to the British Navy.
Of acid it would take 60 times the weight of the gas, or nearly 76 tons.
The vessel was of 800 tons burthen, and was chartered at 6000 dollars for the voyage.
late 14c., tonne, unit for measuring the carrying capacity of a ship, originally "space occupied by a tun or cask of wine," thus identical to tun (q.v.). The two words were not differentiated until 1680s. The measure of weight is first recorded late 15c.; the spelling ton is from 1530s, and became firmly established 18c.