- n. Plural form of caner.
“And even among the biggest caners, they're not doing as much as we thought they were doing.”
“Fifteen blind musicians taught to play instruments from being chair caners and basket makers and so on, Shearing said.”
“When the caners get more experienced in their work, they will be able to do their part better.”
“She 'liked' the banned high because it helped expand her mind, and compared her drug-taking to binges by legendary caners Andy Warhol, David Bowie, 63, and”
“Since legendary pulling machine Aston Marvin retired, the ex - caners have been a shadow of their former selves.”
“The professor is warning that millions of people around the world face an early death after developing caners linked to poor diet and a lack of exercise. cancer could be prevented every year in the UK if people ate better, kept to a healthy weight and exercised.”
“Melanoma though, is one of the caners that can be diagnosed in young people.”
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