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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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At the foot of the gasometer an industrial museum could be created recording the times of the most well known street in Middlesbrough, Cannon Street, together with the adjacent Acklam and Britannia steelworks where the famous Sydney bridge was created, as well as the other industrial enterprises the names of which were part of the folklore of this town.
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