squirt can

squirt can

[′skwərt ‚kan]
(engineering)
An oil can with a flexible bottom and a tapered spout; pressure applied to the bottom forces oil out the spout.
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We are also building a quarantine berth to ensure any boat arriving at the marina where there is any risk they could be carrying a sea squirt can be isolated and treated without affecting the rest of the marina.
Brake fluid in a squirt can is used to lubricate anything made of rubber that needs to allow movement.
The downside of fusing is that one sea squirt can parasitize the other, essentially taking over its body by means of mobile stem cells, which transplant themselves between the fused individuals through the shared circulatory system.