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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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A tiger covered in the silver foil was unveiled in London, while Tunnock's Oor Wullies feature in the Big Bucket Trail this summer.
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.
In Case, The Bidder Is A Dealer, Authorized Dealership Certificate Issued By The Original Manufacturer Of The Silver Foil With Validity Period Shall Be Enclosed.
* Place the cover over the Palm Touchstone dock to check the voltage (should be 5.6V, less than that means the silver foil is not placed correctly)
"There are many pharmaceutical companies such as Charak, Baidyanath, and other so many companies where the silver foil is used for medicinal purposes and foil from Jaipur is supplied to these companies," said Gulam Ali Khan, supplier.
He then advises readers to remove the cardboard case from a three-litre box of wine, before hiding the silver foil container inside in a plastic lunchbox covered with tomato.
Junkies first place the drug onto the silver foil and then warm it up from beneath with a lighter or candle.
The crumbly brown cubes, the silver foil they come wrapped in and the outer cardboard packaging are the only materials the 27-year-old artist has used to sculpt champagne and wine bottles, a Christmas pudding, a robot and a teddy bear.
"The shield stops the penetration of radiowaves and what you do with the silver foil is line your walls, floor and ceiling with it.
The deluded pair from Aberdeen were convinced the silver foil would make their set invisible to hi-tech detector vans.
It came in the silver foil pack and caused a storm.
But I was intimidated by the sight of all those women in Diverse lounging around with the silver foil in their hair.