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put on car of newlyweds leaving ceremony. [Am. Cult.: Misc.]
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Table 7 gives mean panel scores of canned tuna in curry packed in TFS and tin can.
Several regulatory and scientific bodies have recognized the issue, with the Canadian government recently banning BPA from baby bottles and tin cans that contain infant formula.
The Tin Can Tourists came every year like clockwork.
Thomas, at home in the outdoors, admits to a fondness for two things (well, three, if you include the ubiquitous plastic bag): aluminum foil - use it to build up a pan's sides a bit higher; shape it over a metal coat hanger to make a skillet; shape it into a serving bowl; or use it as a foil food packet - and tin cans - use as a rolling pin, a biscuit cutter, a mixing bowl or a dish.
They fired 25 rounds, shooting at rabbits on the hill behind the home and at tin cans lined up on a wall in the garden.
In one of the videos on display, Schocken is seen collecting rusty tin cans left in a desert 100 years ago by Australian soldiers.
The event is run in partnership with the Marine Conservation Society (MCS) and saw litter pickers collecting everything from wrappers, tin cans and pieces of rope to more unusual items such as a child's scooter, traffic cones, a lobster net and even part of an anchor.
With a colorful history spanning three centuries, the original Chicken Cock was infamously a staple of Prohibition-era speakeasies, including the Cotton Club, where it would be smuggled inside in non-descript tin cans.
Within the ambient sector, pouches and jars have gained popularity at the expense of tin cans, which are deemed to be of poorer quality.
Some of the totes are shipped to the facilities to collect waste vegetable oil or the manually baled tin cans from the women's facility in Dwight, Ill.
For topiary bases, cover tin cans with silk leaves.