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tinfoil

thin foil made of tin or an alloy of tin and lead

tinfoil

[′tin‚fȯil]
(metallurgy)
Foil made of tin or a tin alloy.

tinfoil

A very thin sheet of tin, now replaced by other foils such as aluminum.
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My mother-in-law is suing me for damaging the walls of the house with tin foil.
Get out the tin foil and coat hangers, and let's walk through how we can unplug but still watch what we want.
They used plastic bags, cardboard boxes, paper plates, tin foils and old toys for the garments.
Ansip's statements fuelled the groups and gave them the symbol of a tin foil hat to rally around.
You'll Need * Pencil and paper * Flashlight * Enough of the following materials to divide among three or four groups of students: paper towels, construction paper, felt, waxed paper, plastic wrap, wood, tissue paper, laminating paper, tin foil, clear plastic lids, cardboard, Styrofoam plates Procedure: * 1.
Stuff the pocket with as much of the black pudding as you can, then make a sausage, then cover with tin foil and roast with the pork.
Your cheese is best wrapped in tin foil or greaseproof paper.
The first time we met Wild Tim was back in 'Nam, where he was welding bamboo and tin foil to make skateable spots off the coast of Bangladesh.
The property at 196 Diamond Street in Brooklyn, a fully-operational tin foil manufacturing plant.
Police also found parts of a pistol wrapped in tin foil, another pistol, a bulletproof vest and as well as cannabis and USD60,000 in the man's apartment.
Alan Jones, who owns the R&A convenience store in Chestnut Way in Merthyr Tydfil, has kept tin foil behind the counter for the past year.