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ton

a measure of weight or mass. Includes short (or USA) 1 ton=2000 lb and long (or UK) 1 ton=2240 lb. See also tonne.
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The consolidated oil turnover amounted to 44 billion 206 million tons per km, or 457 million tons per km above the planned target and 1 billion 286 million tons per km less than in 2013.
Primarily because of the high prices received for the fresh grape component of the raisin variety total, the average price per ton (fresh weight basis) of raisin varieties rose 6.
In late November the mill processed a record 1,450 tons of ore per day.
In 1988 the company mined 38,765 tons of ore which produced 5,391 ounces of gold.
Ten years ago," Brickey said, "3000 tons of throughput of melted iron was the average inductor life on a furnace.
Engel expanded its Victory line of tiebarless hydraulic machines, adding 200-, 220-, and 240-ton models to the previous range of 65 to 165 tons.
Because of an expected supply capacity of nearly 17 million tons in 1998, a demand/supply ratio of 0.
On average, in 1979, 50 lb of ingot molds were consumed for every ton of raw steel produced (136 million tons of steel were produced in the U.
8 million ton level in '95 and is expected to drop to 1.
The 15-ton furnaces showed a drop from 72 lb to 67 lb of slag per ton.
The country's consumption of commercial airline fuel (JP-1) stood at 381,492 tons in July- December 2015-16, with almost three quarters of it used by Sindh alone.