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gas cylinder

[′gas ‚sil·ən·dər]
(mechanical engineering)
The chamber in which a piston moves in a positive displacement engine or compressor.
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The data showed that the urban consumer price index increased due to rising prices of commodities, such as those of butane gas cylinders, which rose at an annual rate of 38 percent.
Cabinet increased the price of the butane gas cylinder of 12.
In all cases, the plan is worth trying; perhaps it is time for consumers to learn how to rationalise their use of butane gas cylinders and petrol.
This means that this parliament is not in charge of solving the many problems facing the country now as long as its role is limited to the issuing of legislation and not pushing through policies to settle such dilemmas such as the fuel and butane gas cylinder shortage.
Each butane gas cylinder will cost the state LE 80, Minister of Supply and Domestic Trade, Gouda Abdel Khaleq told Al-Hayat TV late on Monday.
Tuesday's deaths came just days after another three Palestinians died when a butane gas cylinder they were transporting through the tunnels exploded.
In January 2010, Mohamed Tawfik Al-Sawafey, 43, died in Gharbeya when clashes erupted in a queue outside a butane gas cylinder warehouse.
Another 25-year-old girl explained that after waiting several hours, she was unable to get her hand on a butane gas cylinder after they ran out.
1m butane gas cylinders on a daily basis in June and July, reported state-owned news agency MENA Monday.
5 kg: The first batch of services include the supply of butane gas cylinders of 39 kg and 12.
Several Egyptian provinces have in recent months suffered from problems including a shortage of butane gas cylinders and inefficient sanitary drainage services, sparking public anger.
Flogas Britain has announced a voluntary recall of butane gas cylinders bought from Budget Bottle Gas Ltd, based in Forth Street, Bootle, "due to potentially serious health and safety issues".