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tin cans

put on car of newlyweds leaving ceremony. [Am. Cult.: Misc.]
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AN EIGHT-YEAR-OLD refugee with no legs has been fitted with prosthetics after walking with tin cans.
You can wrap your Ekuru up in leaves, tin cans or nylon depending on preference.
But it was not short on courage, especially among the men who manned "tin cans," the destroyers that plied Pacific waters when America first struck back at Imperial Japan.
In my garden, we save our tin cans, cut off one end completely with a regular can opener, and cut off the other end just enough to open it.
Six benches are to be made out of tin cans as part of the 'Pafos 2017′ cultural capital's environment programme, according to Artistic Director Georgia Doetzer.
If you use tin cans, remove the paper and wash the tin thoroughly to rid it of any dirt or glue.
One great long woollen band From Douglas to New York, Pulled tight between two tin cans; People used it to talk.
He also said he enjoyed shooting and I doubt it is at tin cans on a wall.
She told the committee that the childcare worker brought a gas-powered BB gun and a 0.22 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.