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tinned

1. plated, coated, or treated with tin
2. coated with a layer of solder
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After locating some other items I have never bought before - a tube of garlic and frozen onions - and failing to find tinned spinach, I clank home.
Appert used glass and corks to avoid food rotting, but it was the Englishman, Peter Durand, who, in 1810, obtained royal permission to use metal to store food that eventually led the way for decorative tinned packaging.
The greatest attention has been paid by the packers of tinned foods to his epicurean tastes; and multitudinous are the "dig-outs" for the "dug-outs".
Sainsbury's, founded in 1869, started stocking tinned food in the early 1900s and now sell 500 million cans a year.
Tinned food has been known for almost 200 years, but 21st century technology is moving things forward and the end could be nearing for the noble can.
Figure 1a shows a control card with tinned connector pins.
"For gray iron, tinned steel can scrap has worked out well, particularly in cupola melting," he said.
RE WHAT YOU SAY ABOUT THE TINNED POTATOES DEBATE REBECCA BILHAM: I don't buy them myself personally.