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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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Design a tinfoil boat using only the tinfoil given.
The high quality of the writing and careful handling of a difficult issue means I wouldn't hesitate to recommend Tinfoil Skyto more mature Year 7 readers upwards.
SEAFOOD -- Whole fish wrapped in tinfoil is a fantastic alternative to red meat and mixed seafood on skewers also work very well.
Kookiness Rating: *** (1=maybe they're on to something, 5=break out the tinfoil hat,)
My most vivid recollection is that the hardware store had a big homemade replica of the Liberty Bell out front, covered in tinfoil.
In the fight for more custom, items for sale also included toilet roll, tinfoil and ornamental bark, with one milkman offering his customers 700 different items for sale.
She, however, could not help recall the time when as a teen, she would indulge in hot-weather rituals like "baby oil and tinfoil and lemon in your hair".
In order to illustrate his lifestyle, the DVD that accompanies the presentation highlights five brand images, of which an internet casino site and two tinfoil takeaway trays bear no name.
I tear a sheet of heavy-duty tinfoil in half and mold each half sheet tightly around my kitchen funnel.
forehead in exasperation, shaking her head, the tinfoil halo wiggling
If all he had to offer was such common sense, his book would be valuable enough, but when he's explaining that a banana leaf can double as tinfoil, it's clear he's an expert.
The tree also has leaves made from tinfoil that will drop off after a certain length of time and will be replaced by new leaves created by the children.