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Tray

 

a flat vessel for processing photographic paper, film, and plates and for etching engraving plates. It has a ribbed or contoured bottom and a spout in one corner for decanting the solution. Trays may be made of glass, plastic, enameled iron, porcelain, or stainless steel in sizes that depend on the dimensions of the photographic materials being processed.

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Except on Fridays and Saturday's, when he had a waitress helping out, delivering glasses of beer by the trayful to the tables, O'Hara was usually able to handle the load himself.
Ever get to the coffee machine with a trayful of cups and forget what everybody wanted?
If you can't get round to watering them every day after planting for a week or two, try growing a trayful in a seed tray or two beside the greenhouse or shed in the shade, then transplanting the seedlings when an inch tall.
This could be the most expensive mince pie in the world," said scrutiny chief Tim Huxtable, who was about to order a trayful for his council colleagues.
A souvenir seller enters with a trayful of statues of the gods and offers to tell them stories.
I slide the tax forms, the tip receipt, and a trayful of five-thousand-dollar brown chips into my lockbox, keeping one of them back to rub against the coins in my pocket.