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cans

1. vulgar slang Breasts. She's got some nice cans, sure, but she's kind of annoying otherwise.
2. slang Headphones. Andy can't hear you, he's got his cans on.
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cans

n. earphones. The guy with the cans on his head is the radio operator.
See also: can
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Globally, under Non-BPA cans coatings, Tetramethyl Bisphenol F(TMBPF) coatings grabbed highest market share followed by polyolefin, Soy-Based Epoxy Coatings with 26.14%, 25.49%, 17.14%, respectively, in 2018, Tetramethyl Bisphenol F reached USD 2,087 million and projected to move up by 5.99% CAGR through 2018-2027; highest in all types of coatings.
As well as pulses such as chickpeas, Phil says canned fish can be used in a number of ways to increase our daily intake.
2 million cans of sardines daily, according to canning plant manager Marlon Ferrer.
Schumer said that in its Proposed Rulemaking 182, TTB is now reviewing whether to eliminate these can size restrictions and allow wine to be sold in any can sized greater than 50 ml, or at a minimum, examining whether to eliminate the restriction against using popularly-sized cans including the 12 oz cans and individual 8.4 oz cans, among others.
Now 44, Mr Macharia grew up in Murang'a County, schooled at Ngamba Primary School, Kamacharia Secondary School and Kirinyaga Technical Training Institute before moving to USA in 2003.He is currently on a full-time job as a technician at a Mercedes Benz dealership in New Jersey, but his passion for collecting beer cans is as deep as his love for automobile engineering."I got my first can in April 2005, although I actually started my collection in 2011," he told Sunday Nation in an interview last week.
T-MOVE performs can changes at delivery speeds up to 300 m/min.
To promote "the myriad benefits canned foods offer," CMI created Cans Get You Cooking, which, according to Rosenblatt, has led to "a sizable lift in canned food sales for those retailers partnering with" the initiative.
When you home can produce from your garden, you know it was safely grown, safely handled after harvest, and safely processed.
Fire suppression cans are filled with bicarbonate of soda and are opened up by a heat-sensitive actuator.
The event with the slogan 'All Together for a Better Tomorrow,' invites you to collect as many aluminium cans as possible and join the organisers at the Cans for Kids Recycle Centre in Kaimakli, Nicosia.
EVERYBODY'S FAVORITE CHILI 1 pound 95% lean ground beef Salt and pepper as desired 2 Tsbp olive or canola oil 4 cloves garlic, diced 1 medium onion, chopped 1 bell pepper, chopped 2 15-oz cans reduced-soduim beans (e.e., black or kidney), rinsed, drained 1 28-oz can no-salt-added diced tomatoes, undrained 1/2 tsp ground cumin 1.
Canned foods still have a lot to offer, however, and millions of cans are sold in the UK every year.
By contrast, in 2006, the two packagings were much closer in popularity - cans accounted for 48.3 percent of the market and bottles 41.9 percent.
Metal cans have been keeping food fresh for more than 200 years, ever since Britain's King George III granted Peter Durand a patent for his idea of preserving food in airtight tin containers in 1810.
Dubai Nearly 16,150kg of aluminium cans -- or more than a million empty cans of soft drinks -- were saved from being dumped into UAE landfills yesterday in a countrywide Can Collection Drive organised by the Emirates Environmental group (EEG).