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gas·om·e·ter

(gas-om'ĕ-tĕr),
A calibrated instrument or vessel for measuring the volumes of gases.
See also: spirometer.

gas·om·e·ter

(gas-om'ĕ-tĕr)
A calibrated instrument used to measure volumes.

gasometer (gasäm´ətur),

n a calibrated instrument or vessel for measuring the volume of gases. Used in clinical and physiologic investigation for measuring respiratory volume.
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On the website they have posted photographs TAKEN from the top of the gasholder at night.
The 127ft-tall gasholder is looked after by United Utilities for Northern Gas Networks.
And as a grade two listed building, the 120-year gasholder is protected from demolition.
There were originally five gasholders in Huddersfield.
THIS snapshot (far right) of my sister Doreen and myself was taken nearly 70 years ago in the back garden of our home in St Luke's Road, Holbrooks, with the gasholder in the background.
He didn't depart until another huge blast - the demolition of the landmark gasholder which came down on Sunday.
I think he would have liked to have pressed the button himself and blew the gasholder up.
A new caravan site is being built for the family as compensation for them moving from land they owned at the back of the biggest gasholder in Judd's Lane.
A new caravan site is being built for them as compensation for them moving from land they owned at the back of the biggest gasholder in Judd's Lane.
SUPPORT: Coventry Building Society's chief executive Martin Ritchley at the Foleshill gasholder
Since then, I have moved nearer to the gasholder and can see it from both my front garden and my back garden.
Councillors voted in favour of the planning application on May 20 but there were separate concerns over a gasholder nearby.