silver foil


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silver foil

Thin sheets of aluminum that are typically used to cover food and keep it fresh. Primarily heard in UK. Wrap those leftovers in silver foil so you can have them for lunch tomorrow.
See also: silver
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This was where the expert hand was required as excessive heat would only melt the thin silver foil instead of melding it to the base.
The stove Pocock has perfected is made up of silver foil over a plastic frame.
The counterfeit labels are made of paper; Similac labels are made of plastic with a silver foil backing.
importer, Pilsner Urquell's large Bordeaux-shaped bottle maintains the green glass, silver foil top, and long neck of its 12-oz.
Grinding silver powder with the superconducting ceramic material and mixing these ingredients with methanol or isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol yields a slurry that the researchers spread evenly onto paper-thin ribbons of silver foil.
The invitation for American Greetings' 100-year anniversary celebration combined black and gray tones with silver foil stamping.
Strangers engage in conversation, Thankfully the Cathays sky clear as I use The silver foil from a packet of crisps And as if by magic I view the eclipse, The first since 1999.
The images, released by the police yesterday, show how the ceiling of the room has been coated in silver foil likely acting as insulation to keep temperatures high.
Armed police claimed they found 33 kilos of cocaine in 24 packets wrapped with silver foil inside two suitcases allegedly belonging to Twell.
Vaassen Flexible Packaging was commissioned by Gu to create an all-new exciting silver foil lid with one-colour black printing to deliver the highest preservation protection features alongside easy opening capabilities.
The youngster was sent to buy a Kit Kat but had to hand over the silver foil.
because the rate of silver may go up whereas the labourers' wages are fixed and the income decreases," said Attah-Ullah Padal, owner of a silver foil making unit.
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Into which you can also add whole peeled carrots, six cloves of garlic, peeled and the centre taken out, one large peeled and quartered onion and cover with a lid or silver foil.
Officers also found at the makeshift money-making operation the fronts and backs of bank notes along with silver foil used to create security threads and holograms.