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Palmer is referring to U.S. customary measurements. One U.S. gallon is 3.79 liters. One liter is 0.26 U.S. gallons, or 1.05 U.S. quarts. For the U.S. customary measurement system-impaired (i.e., the whole world except the U.S and maybe parts of the U.K.), a U.S. quart is slightly smaller than a liter, and there are two 8-ounce cups in a pint, two 16-ounce ...
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