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1

In Burma, ? – 20th century , a unit of dry capacity, = 3 thamardi tinn = 27 imperial gallons, approximately 122.74 liters. link to a chart showing relationships between Burmese units of dry capacity.

United Nations, 1955.

Technical Factors..., 1972, page 120.

2

In Sierra Leone, ? – 20th century, a unit of dry capacity, approximately 80 liters.

United Nations, 1966.

3

In the United Kingdom, = 3 imperial bushels.


Bags for particular commodities often have conventional or even legal capacities. In the United States, for example, a bag of cement contains 1 cubic foot, and weighs 94-96 pounds. Bags of feed, flour, and so on typically weigh 100 pounds.

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