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keg

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a. an aluminium container in which beer is transported and stored
b. beer kept in a keg: it is infused with gas and served under pressure
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The beer keg, in its emptied state, represented the contraband in the trial and was chosen for its cost-effectiveness, easy handling, weight, size and anticorrosive qualities, and was modified in the UK for trial use.
It is understood he was loading a lorry with beer kegs when one fell on him, knocking him unconscious.
Willis claimed he had been out walking his Staffordshire bull terrier cross and had rolled the beer keg as a toy and may have cut his hand before falling against the door.
Bedworth-born Mr Jackson, the son of a coal miner, said: "I think the choice of the empty beer keg was very appropriate.
EDITOR'S NOTE: We thought that the navy's choice of tracking a beer keg was rather amusing.
The peace-wrecking haul of death includes a beer keg bomb ready to be used in an attack.
"No beer keg should ever be offered, or indeed accepted, for scrap as by rights it should never be in a private individual's hands.
A MAN who told a jury his blood was found on a beer keg used to ram open a brewery door because he had used it to play with his dog has been found guilty of burglary.
The new beer keg technology is supposedly the cure for the problem, reports The New York Daily News.
While he was being beaten on the ground by one robber, another heaved a beer keg through the victim's car window.
A beer keg was flung through a car window and a Ford Fiesta was also smashed up by the gang.