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How many cups is 14.5 oz?

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There are 2.5 cups in 14.5 ounces.

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The dram (alternative British spelling drachm; apothecary symbol ʒ; abbreviated dr):C-6–C-7 was originally both a coin and a weight in ancient Greece. It refers to a unit of mass in the avoirdupois system, and both a unit of mass and a unit of volume in the apothecaries' system. The unit of volume is more correctly called a fluid dram, fluid drachm, fluidram or fluidrachm (abbreviated fl dr, ƒ 3, or ).:C-17 The Ottoman dirhem was based on the Sassanian drachm, which was itself based on the Roman dram/drachm.][ Modern Armenian drams, the currency of the Republic of Armenia, share this origin.][ In the avoirdupois system, the dram is the mass of  pound or  ounce.:C-6 The dram weighs  grains,:C-6 or exactly grams.:C-14 In the apothecaries' system, which was widely used in the United States until the middle of the 20th century, the dram is the mass of  pounds apothecaries (lb ap), or  ounces apothecaries (oz ap or ℥):C-7 (the pound apothecaries and ounce apothecaries are equal to the troy pound (lb t), and troy ounce (oz t), respectively).:C-6–C-7 The dram apothecaries is equal to or ,:C-7 or exactly grams.:C-14 "Dram" is also used as a measure of the powder charge in a shotgun shell, representing the equivalent of black powder in drams avoirdupois. The fluid dram is defined as of a fluid ounce,:C-5,C-7 and is exactly equal to: A teaspoonful has been considered equal to one fluid dram for medical prescriptions. However, by 1876 the teaspoon had grown considerably larger than it was previously, measuring 80–85 minims. As there are 60 minims in a fluid dram,:C-5,C-7 using this equivalent for the dosage of medicine was no longer suitable. Today's teaspoon is equivalent to approximately US fluid drams,:C-18 or 80 US minims.:C-5 Dram is also used informally to mean a small amount of spirituous liquor, especially Scotch whisky.
Events from the year 2009 in Bangladesh.
A fluid ounce (abbreviated fl oz, fl. oz. or oz. fl., old forms ℥, fl ℥, f℥, ƒ ℥) is a unit of volume equal to of a pint or of a gallon in the imperial system or of a pint or of a gallon in the US system. The imperial gallon was originally defined as the volume occupied by 10 pounds avoirdupois of water at 62 degree Fahrenheit, but is currently defined as 4.54609 litres, making the imperial fluid ounce 28.4130625 mL. The US gallon is defined as 231 cubic inches, making the US fluid ounce 29.5735295625 mL, or about 4% larger than the imperial ounce. The fluid ounce is distinct from the ounce, which measures mass. However, the fluid ounce is sometimes referred to simply as an "ounce" in applications where the volumetric "fluid ounce" is implied by context. The fluid ounce was originally the volume occupied by one ounce of some substance such as wine (in England) or water (in Scotland). The ounce in question varied depending on the system of fluid measure, such as that used for wine versus ale. Various ounces were used over the centuries, including the Tower ounce, troy ounce, ounce avoirdupois, and various ounces used in international trade such as Paris troy. The situation is further complicated by the medieval practice of "allowances" whereby a unit of measure was not necessarily equal to the sum of its parts. For example, the 364-pound woolsack had a 14-pound allowance for the weight of the sack and other packaging materials. In 1824, the British Parliament defined the imperial gallon as the volume of ten avoirdupois pounds of water. The gallon was divided into four quarts and eight pints. Each pint was divided into four gills and twenty fluid ounces, that is, five ounces for each gill. Thus, the mass of an imperial fluid ounce of water is one avoirdupois ounce (28.4 g). The US fluid ounce is based on the US gallon, which is based on the wine gallon, used in England prior to 1824. Given the definitions above, the number of US fluid ounces in one litre is: There are thus about 34 customary US fluid ounces in one litre. Similarly, there are exactly 33 US food-labelling fluid ounces in a litre.
Single Figure Golfer, or SFG, refers to an amateur golfer with handicap of 9 or lower. The terms are registered trademarks in Europe, North America, Australia, India and some other countries, owned by former Walker Cup captain Peter McEvoy, Paul Heming and Robert Millar. There are a number of online communities created for golfers who have achieved this level including the official Single Figure Golfer website. The basis of this website is to provide amateur golfers the chance to qualify and play against Ryder Cup stars in a 3 day golf tournament, the Single Figure Golfer Challenge Cup. The Single Figure Golfer Challenge Cup is a Ryder Cup style match played between a team of amateurs, called Team SFG, and the Pro Challenge Team, which is made up of former Ryder Cup, Solheim Cup and Walker Cup players. Contested over the course of two days, the competition consists of fourball, foursomes and singles matches. Woodhall Spa Golf Club was the venue for the 2008 Single Figure Golfer Challenge Cup which heralded the launch of the SFG concept. The Pro Challenge Team beat Team SFG 14.5 – 5.5. In the second edition of the cup, held at the Celtic Manor Resort, Team SFG beat the Pro Challenge Team 12.5 – 7.5. Trevose Golf course in North Cornwall was the venue for the 2010 Single Figure Golfer Challenge Cup which saw a team of 10 players take on the Pro Challenge Team. The Pro Challenge team won by 10.5 - 9.5 points
The 2011 Emirates Melbourne Cup, the 151st running of Australia's most prestigious Thoroughbred horse race, was held on Tuesday, 1 November 2011 at 3:00 pm (AEDT), at Melbourne's Flemington Racecourse. Dunaden won in a photo finish over Red Cadeaux in one of the closest finishes in Melbourne Cup history. The winning jockey, Frenchman Christophe Lemaire, had arrived in Australia less than a day previously as a late replacement for Craig Williams. Six out of seven finishers were international horses. Third placed Lucas Cranach was the best locally-trained finisher and fourth placed was the pre-race favourite, the 2010 winner, Americain. In related events the federal government's parliamentary question time was brought forward half an hour in order that it would conclude before the race began. Horses are bred and trained in Australia, unless otherwise indicated. All columns in this table can be sorted by clicking the icons in the top row.
The ounce (abbreviated oz, from the former Italian word onza, now spelled oncia; apothecary symbol: ) is a unit of mass with several definitions, the most commonly used of which is equal to approximately 28 grams. The ounce is used in a number of different systems, including those of mass that form part of the United States customary, and imperial, systems. The size of an ounce varies between systems. The most commonly used ounces today are the international avoirdupois ounce and the international troy ounce. Ounce derives from Latin uncia, a unit that was one twelfth (1/12) of the Roman pound (libra). Ounce was borrowed twice: first into Old English as ynsan or yndsan from an unattested Vulgar Latin form with ts for c before i (palatalization) and second into Middle English through Anglo-Norman and Middle French (unce, once, ounce). Inch comes from the same Latin word, but differs because it was borrowed into Old English and underwent i-mutation or umlaut (u → y) and palatalization (k → ch). Historically, in different parts of the world, at different points in time, and for different applications, the ounce (or its translation) has referred to broadly similar but different standards of mass. The avoirdupois ounce is the most commonly used ounce today. It is defined to be one sixteenth of an avoirdupois pound. The avoirdupois pound is defined as 7000 grains; one ounce is therefore equal to 437.5 grains. In the international yard and pound agreement of 1959 the United States and countries of the Commonwealth of Nations agreed to define the international avoirdupois ounce to be exactly  kg (28.349523125 g) by definition. The ounce is commonly used as a unit of mass in the United States. On January 1, 2000, it ceased to be a legal unit of measure within the United Kingdom for economic, health, safety or administrative purposes. A troy ounce (abbreviated as t oz) is equal to 480 grains. Consequently, the international troy ounce is equal to exactly 31.1034768 grams. There are 12 troy ounces in the now obsolete troy pound. Today, the troy ounce is used only to express the mass of precious metals such as gold, platinum, palladium, rhodium or silver. Bullion coins are the most common products produced and marketed in troy ounces, but precious metal bars also exist in gram and kilogram (kg) sizes. (A kilogram bullion bar contains 32.15074657 troy ounces.) For historical measurement of gold, The obsolete apothecaries' ounce (abbreviated ) equivalent to the troy ounce, was formerly used by apothecaries (now called pharmacists or chemists).][ "Maria Theresa ounce" was once introduced in Ethiopia and some European countries, which was equal to the weight of one Maria Theresa thaler, or 28.0668 g. Both the weight and the value are the definition of one birr, still in use in present-day Ethiopia and formerly in Eritrea.][ The Spanish pound (Spanish libra) was 460 g. The Spanish ounce (Spanish onza) was of a pound, i.e. 28.75 g. The unit metric ounce is 25 grams and 20 make the metric pound of 500 grams. Some countries have redefined their ounces in the metric system. For example, the German apothecaries ounce of 30 grams, is very close to the previously widespread Nuremberg ounce, but the divisions and multiples come out in metric. In 1820, the Dutch redefined their ounce (in Dutch, ons) as 100 grams. Dutch amendments to the metric system, such as an ons or 100 grams, has been inherited, adopted, and taught in Indonesia beginning in elementary school. It is also listed as standard usage in Indonesia's national dictionary, the Kamus Besar Bahasa Indonesia, and the government's official elementary‐school curriculum.][ East Asia has a traditional ounce, known as a tael, of varying value. The katti of 16 tael, originally lb avoirdupois, is now 600 grams. The corresponding tael or tail is then 37.5 grams. In China, it has been given a metric value of 50 grams.][ An ounce-force is 1/16 of a pound-force, or 0.2780139 newton. The "ounce" in "ounce-force" is equivalent to an avoirdupois ounce; ounce-force is a measurement of force using avoirdupois ounces. However, it is not necessary to identify it as such or to differentiate it in that way because there is no equivalent measure of force using troy or any other "ounce". A fluid ounce (abbreviated fl oz, fl. oz. or oz. fl.) is a unit of volume equal to about 28 ml in the imperial system or about 30 ml in the US system. The fluid ounce is sometimes referred to simply as an "ounce" in applications where its use is implicit. The imperial fluid ounce is also equivalent to the volume occupied by 1 imperial ounce of water weighed in air at 62 °F. Ounces are also used to express the "weight", or more accurately the areal density, of a textile fabric in North America, Asia or the UK, as in "16 oz denim". The number refers to the weight in ounces of a given amount of fabric, either a yard of a given width, or a square yard.
The 2009 Air New Zealand Cup ran from 30 July to 7 November. This page includes all statistics from the 14 teams during the 13 rounds of the round-robin. There were 3953 points scored with an average of 43.4 points per game; there also were 406 tries scored. Hawke's Bay scored the most points with 372 and, along with Canterbury and Wellington, the most tries with 40, while Southland had the best defensive record through the competition with only 189 points scored against them through 13 rounds. Matt Berquist, from Hawke's Bay, scored the most points out of every player in the competition - with 156 points and an average of 14.2 points through his 11 matches. Zac Guildford scored the most tries this season with 13. The lists showing all statistics for all teams about points, tries and disciplinary cards. The table showing how many points scored by each team (white) and how many points each team was scored against them (grey) in the 2009 Air New Zealand Cup Round Robin. Hawke's Bay scored the most points so far with 372 (28.6 points a game), while Southland had the least points scored against them with 189 (14.5 points a game).
The list of how many tries each team scored in the round robin. Canterbury, Wellington and Hawke's Bay scored the most tries this season with 40 each while Taranaki, North Harbour and Northland scored the least amount with 20 each.
List of how many competitions points each team scored with overall and week totals. List of teams whose players received yellow and/or red cards. Bay of Plenty were issued the most cards with 5 while North Harbour were issued the only red card of the season.
The list of the top players who have scored the most points and tries in the 2009 Air New Zealand Cup. There were 3,953 points including 406 tries scored with a total of 218 players scoring them, Matt Berquist leads them all with 156 points and an average of 14.2 points per game. There have also been 33 yellow cards and 1 red card issued. A total of 218 players from each team scored points in the round robin, Matt Berquist has scored the most with 156 and average of 14.2 points per game. A total of 218 players have scored a total of 406 tries. Zac Guildford has scored the most tries by a player this season with 13. Mathew Berquist leads all goal kickers this season with 82.2% success rate. The list of all players who have received a yellow or red card in the 2009 Air New Zealand Cup. Luke Braid and Colin Bourke, both from Bay of Plenty are the players who received the most disciplinary cards with two yellows each.
The lists showing each teams; points scorers, try scorers, goal kickers and disciplinary card recipients where available. Auckland scored 272 total points this season including 29 tries. Ash Moeke led them with 75 points scored through 13 games with an average of 5.8 points per game while Joe Rokocoko and Paul Williams led the try scorers with 4 tries each. Flanker Hamish Paterson and Peter Saili were the only players in the Auckland squad to receive a yellow card, which was in round 7 and round 13. Hookers Locks Halfbacks Back Three-Quarters - Most players are capable of playing
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Bay of Plenty scored a total of 268 points through 13 games with an average of 20.6 points per game. Mike Delany scored the most of these points with 149 and an average of 12.4 points a game. They also scored 24 tries, and were issued five disciplinary cards, also most throughout the competition. Hookers Locks Halfbacks Back Three-Quarters - Most players are capable of playing
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Canterbury scored 369 points through the round-robin. Daniel Carter scored the most of Canterbury's points, with 98 points and an average of 16.3 points a game. Canterbury also scored 40 tries this season with Sean Maitland scoring the most with 8. Adam Whitelock was the only player to receive a disciplinary card, with a yellow in round 2 against Auckland. Hookers Locks Halfbacks Back Three-Quarters - Most players are capable of playing
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Counties Manukau scored 235 total points this season with Tim Nanai-Williams leading them with 70 points, they also scored 30 tries, with Ahsee Tuala and Simon Lemalu leading them with 4 each. Winger Sherwin Stowers is the only player to receive a yellow card. Hookers Locks Halfbacks Back Three-Quarters - Most players are capable of playing
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Hawke's Bay scored 372 points this season, most by any other team. Matt Berquist scored the most points with 156, most among players. They also scored 40 tries including the only penalty try of the season; Zac Guildford led them with 13 tries, also most among players. Sona Taumalolo, Ash Dixon, Matt Egan and Ross Kennedy were the only players in the Hawke's Bay team to receive disciplinary cards with yellows in round 3, round 8, round 9 and round 13. Hookers Locks Halfbacks Back Three-Quarters - Most players are capable of playing
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Manawatu scored a total of 305 points in the 2009 Air New Zealand Cup. Isaac Thompson led them all with a tally of 71 points and an average of 5.9 a game. Manawatu have scored 35 tries this season, Andre Taylor led them with 3 tries. Johnny Leota, Brent Thompson and James Goode were the only players to receive disciplinary cards. Hookers Locks Halfbacks Back Three-Quarters - Most players are capable of playing
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North Harbour scored a total of 244 points this season with an average of 19 points a game, they also scored 20 tries. Michael Harris scored the most points with 108 and an average of 10.8 points a game. North Harbour were issued two disciplinary cards including the only red card of the season, which went to Andrew Mailei in round 9. Hookers Locks Halfbacks Back Three-Quarters - Most players are capable of playing
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Northland scored 226 points this season with an average of 17.8 points per game, Lachlan Munro led the team with a tally of 146 points throughout his 13 games. They have also scored 20 tries, which captain Jared Payne led with 6, and had one player receive a disciplinary card, which was also the first in the competition. Hookers Locks Halfbacks Back Three-Quarters - Most players are capable of playing
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Otago scored 260 points this season with Glenn Dickson leading them all with 72 points and an average of 5.5 points a game. Ben Smith led the team with 6 tries from a total of 26 from the team. Peter Mirrielees was the only player to receive a disciplinary card with a yellow in round 12. Hookers Locks Halfbacks Back Three-Quarters - Most players are capable of playing
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Southland scored 260 points throughout round-robin with an average of 20 points per game. Robbie Robinson scored the most with a tally of 111 points through his 11 games. They also scored 28 tries with locks Josh Bekhuis and Joe Tuineau leading the team with 4 each. Jamie Mackintosh was the only Southland player to receive a yellow card which came in round 7. Hookers Locks Halfbacks Back Three-Quarters - Most players are capable of playing
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Taranaki scored 252 points this season with Willie Ripia scorign the most with 115 points through his 11 games. They also scored 20 tries with Tony Penn and Shayne Austin leading them with 3 each. Three Taranaki players received disciplinary cards, all yellow; Scott Waldrom in round 2 against Northland, Jarrad Hoeata in there round 3 draw against Hawke's Bay and Craig Clarke in Round 5 against Manawatu. Hookers Locks Halfbacks Back Three-Quarters - Most players are capable of playing
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Tasman scored a total of 243 points this season. They have also scored 26 tries. Captain Andrew Goodman scored most points scoring 106 points through 13 games while wingers James Kamana and Blair cook led the team with 4 tries each. Kahn Fotuali'i and Alex Ainley were the only players from the team have been given yellow cards. Hookers Locks Halfbacks Back Three-Quarters - Most players are capable of playing
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Waikato scored 285 points this season which Callum Brucescoring the most with 125 points through 13 games with an average of 9.6 points per game. They also scored 28 tries, led by Sosene Anesi with 5. Jordan Smiler, Liam Messam and Save Tokula were the only players to receive a disciplinary card for Waikato; all yellow. Hookers Locks Halfbacks Back Three-Quarters - Most players are capable of playing
multiple positions.
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have been named in a starting
15 or reserves bench.
Wellington scored 362 points through the round-robin with an average of 28.3 points per game, and also scored 39 tries. Daniel Kirkpatrick led the team in points with 95 through his 11 games while Hosea Gear led the team in tries with 11. Hosea Gear also, along with Daniel Ramsey and Anthony Perenise, received a disciplinary card, all yellow. Hookers Locks Halfbacks Back Three-Quarters - Most players are capable of playing
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