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A unit of merchandise, equivalent for example to 10 reams of paper, or to 480 pounds of cotton | |

A unit of volume, specifically wine, equal to 12 litres, or 16 times the volume of a regular bottle. | |

A unit of pressure, equal to 100 kilopascals. | |

A unit of area, in slightly humourous use in nuclear physics, equal to 10^{-28} square metres. | |

A commercial unit of volume, which can be used for liquids such as beer and wine, for products such as petroleum or oil, or for dry goods such as apples or flour. | |

An engineering unit used to measure the rate of data transmission over telegraph or telephone lines. | |

A unit which can be used to measure time, musical time or acting time. | |

A unit of activity, usually referring to radioactivity. | |

A unit of sound intensity, which uses a logarithmic scale. | |

A unit of amount of data. | |

An informal unit of distance used in the US to describe the distance between street intersections in a grid layout. | |

A unit of distance used in atomic physics to represent the mean distance between the proton and the electron in an unexcited hydrogen atom. | |

A unit of length or area generally used to measure cloth. | |

A unit of volume that varies depending on the contents of the vessel. | |

The standard unit of relative time in music, equal to the time length of 2 whole notes. | |

A unit of heat energy defined as the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one pound of water by one degree Fahrenheit. | |

A generally informal unit of volume, equivalent to 5 US gallons; in the UK the unit is often understood to be 4 gallons. | |

A unit of volume for measuring dry commodities such as grains or fruits; equivalent to 4 pecks. | |

A unit of volume for wine and other alcoholic beverages, generally defined as 2 hogsheads. | |

A unit of information or memory in computer engineering. | |

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