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  • I'm on board with the 870, the Alladin Thermos, the cast iron frypan, the AK-47 (hateful things), and the Kitchenaid mixer, but I have had a K-bar bust at the tang (they are not Marine-proof), and Buck 110s eventually get loose and fail to lock, keeping them off a "forever" list, though both are certainly wonderful knives.

    A Remington 870 Can Last Forever

  • Aladdin Thermos until they stopped making them in the United States

    A Remington 870 Can Last Forever

  • I'm on board with the 870, the Alladin Thermos, the cast iron frypan, the AK-47 (hateful things), and the Kitchenaid mixer, but I have had a K-bar bust at the tang (they are not Marine-proof), and Buck 110s eventually get loose and fail to lock, keeping them off a "forever" list, though both are certainly wonderful knives.

    A Remington 870 Can Last Forever

  • Aladdin Thermos until they stopped making them in the United States

    A Remington 870 Can Last Forever

  • "Thermos" -- arose in the course of what certainly would have been described as "Pure" researches.

    Science and Morals and Other Essays

  • The question whether a single company can take a generic term Thermos, Singer, Opry out of the language by adding enough secondary meaning may be conceptually the same as whether anti-evolution forces can redefine science so that it doesn’t require natural explanations for natural phenomena, as they’ve done in Kansas.

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • The question whether a single company can take a generic term Thermos, Singer, Opry out of the language by adding enough secondary meaning may be conceptually the same as whether anti-evolution forces can redefine science so that it doesn’t require natural explanations for natural phenomena, as they’ve done in Kansas.

    Intelligent Design as false advertising

  • Mr. Dewar didn't patent his invention and lost out on a commercial opportunity when a German company called Thermos started manufacturing a similar product in 1904.

    post-gazette.com - News

  • Mr. Dewar didn't patent his invention and lost out on a commercial opportunity when a German company called Thermos started manufacturing a similar product in 1904.

    post-gazette.com - News

  • I think they welcomed the idea of an Australian aeroplane coming to the island now and then, because at that time consumer goods were very short in Indonesia, and small things such as Thermos flasks and electric torches which mean so much in the East were almost unobtainable.

    ROUND THE BEND

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