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  • n. Plural form of caner.


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  • And even among the biggest caners, they're not doing as much as we thought they were doing.

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  • Fifteen blind musicians taught to play instruments from being chair caners and basket makers and so on, Shearing said.

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  • When the caners get more experienced in their work, they will be able to do their part better.

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  • 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

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  • Since legendary pulling machine Aston Marvin retired, the ex - caners have been a shadow of their former selves.

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  • 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.

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  • Melanoma though, is one of the caners that can be diagnosed in young people.

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