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Asked about the motive for their demonstration, one protester - carrying a jerry-can of gasoline - simply shrugged.
I asked one woman, Lydia, how she got water and she explained that her "jerry-can," a 20-kilo water tank, is too heavy for her to lift, so she "rents" it out to children who pay her with water at the end of the day.
His friend, shorter and plumper, lights a cigarette and taps the ash next to a jerry-can of diesel.
An 'where's this overgrown jerry-can of yours got to, too?'
The pedals move a generator of electricity connected to a pair of titanium electrodes that are immersed into a plastic jerry-can.
I haven't laughed so much since I was shown the jerry-can filling machine.
Over the last year the price of a jerry-can of water has doubled.
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