can.

Can.

abbr.
1. Canada
2. Canadian

can.

abbr.
1.
a. canceled
b. cancellation
2. canon
3. canto

Can.

abbreviation for
1. (Placename) Canada
2. (Placename) Canadian
References in classic literature ?
AND rushed into the toolshed, and jumped into a can.
Cliquot Club ginger ale was the first carbonated beverage can introduced into the market in 1938 and came in a cone-top can.
The work of Valencia artist Anne Marie Darrach will be double-billed when her featured 12-foot-by-12-foot street painting holds court with her trash can.
Depending on production processes, that flat piece of metal is transformed through mechanical manipulation into a can.
The multi-part containers cost at least three times as much as the typical 50c to 60c steel gallon can.
SPONSOR A CANNING PARTY, INVITING EACH PARTICIPANT TO BRING A DIFFERENT ITEM TO CAN.
Homes where canning is a tradition are the backbone of the industry, and are the most reliable determinant of whether families will continue to can.
Innovations, such as lightweighting, have further improved the economic and energy efficiency of the can.
The breakthrough by PCC and RPC is the incorporation of a lever lid in a PET can.
She compares the 55 percent [or greater, depending on which statistical formula one chooses] recycling rate for aluminum cans with that of PET plastic, which is 23 percent, and credits it to the worth of the aluminum can.
This season, simplehuman introduces the latest innovation: a black resin lid for two of their signature stainless steel step cans, the butterfly step can and the basic round can.
The aerosol cans of Raid(R) Flying Insect Killer are marked with lot number 225 or 226 on the bottom of the can.