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- n. Plural form of can.
- n. breasts
- n. headphones
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of can.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
There is now the same amount in these 8 cans as there are in 5 - 12oz cans which, at this particular time, were on special 2/$5 for 12-packs.
"The first reason to put the beer in cans is that it's different," he said.
Most people plink with. 22s because shooting at tin cans is fun.
Chicago Coke fans need not worry — this year, the Chicago Rabbinical Council is having Passover Coke made with the cRc P-09 logo on the cap using local bottlers. cRc also has Passover Coke in cans, which is nearly impossible to find anywhere else in the country.
No cable connection till a couple of years later — we got our Dumont Network programs on film in cans by mail.
In fact, even weekend hobbyists have the capability to propel tin cans high into the atmosphere.
I live along the coast and had problems leaving tin cans in my cabinet.
I used to use mine to shoot old flattened tin cans on the ground, rusted and broken by who knows how many cars having run over them, when people were next to them, from the privacy of my second floor curtained bedroom.
Bell and his tin cans and wire [the telephone] have made it easy for those put in charge [? leading?] to put in their ten cents [micromanage] as they have read the book.
All they had left were a few cruisers and tin cans, and they were in port for lack of fuel.
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