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bushel
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  • But Frink went on resolutely, "You take and save the shells from peas, and pour six gallons of water on a bushel of shells and boil the mixture till—"
  • "Well, in that case, Carlo, just bring me a hunk o’ steak and a couple o’ bushels o’ French fried potatoes and some peas," Rogers went on.

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  • We can create about two and a half gallons of fuel per bushel of corn.
  • Our farm produced over 10,000 bushels of wheat last year.

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