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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.
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A spokesman for Manchester council said there are 'no current plans' to demolish the Bradford Road gasometers, but confirmed it has had conversations with National Grid about their decommissioning.
Although his term gasometer was widely used for the storage containers, they are not meters.
He said: "Their pictures are always taken from a similar perspective and under similar weather conditions - their aim was to make almost neutral and quiet pictures of water towers, gasometers, pit winding mechanisms, etc.
Cllr Peter Dowd, leader of the Sefton Labour group, was born just 600 yards away from the gasometers.
Because gas escaped from the gasometer, its roof sank because of the lack of pressure and the mine became partially submerged in around six feet of stagnant, oily water.
The planning applications do not affect the functioning gasometer on Grove Road, just north of the site.
Vaughan unfurled one sumptuous cover drive off Warne, but he must have felt like shoving his head in one of Kennington's famous gasometers when he slapped an innocuous delivery to Michael Clarke at midwicket.
Instead, I'm stuck in a loft conversion in Leith with a view of the freezing Forth and the gasometers at Granton.
But these disused gasometers could appeal to adventurous urbanites appreciative of extraordinary design and experimental communality.
It was near to the bus station, perched above the town's gasometers. The Oak had a heavy mahogany swivel door with panes of frosted glass.