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tin cans

put on car of newlyweds leaving ceremony. [Am. Cult.: Misc.]
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If more people put coins in tin cans more children of Marawi could be fed,' she said, adding that P40 could already feed seven children.
Such was the esteem in which he held the tin cans and their crews.
Papamichael uses tin cans, which he turns into works of art.
You need empty tin cans, a nail, a hammer and some spray paint.
He also said he enjoyed shooting and I doubt it is at tin cans on a wall.
22 rifle on to the premises and allowed two youngsters to fire at rabbits and tin cans.
In one of the videos on display, Schocken is seen collecting rusty tin cans left in a desert 100 years ago by Australian soldiers.
If you're getting jaded with tin cans and standard targets, consider a couple of options from Quick Shot Targets.
Within the ambient sector, pouches and jars have gained popularity at the expense of tin cans, which are deemed to be of poorer quality.
Magnets separate tin cans (which are really steel with a thin coating of tin on the inside) from aluminum cans.
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.
Jim Spencer, Waste Connections' division manager for Kansas, told The Hutchinson News that until the expansion, rigid waste materials such as plastic bottles, milk jugs and aluminum and tin cans had to be transferred to a facility in Harvey County, for additional sorting and processing.