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tin·ner

 (tĭn′ər)
n.
1. A tin miner.
2. One that makes or deals in tinware; a tinsmith.

tinner

(ˈtɪnə)
n
1. (Mining & Quarrying) a tin miner
2. (Crafts) a worker in tin; tinsmith
3. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a person or organization that puts food, etc, into tins; canner
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tinner - someone who makes or repairs tinware
smith - someone who works at something specified
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The Christmas Tinner boasts nine layers with each sealed in gelatine and added one at a time.
Died peacefully at home, aged 81, with his loving family at Tinner, Middlesex.
The Federal Court of Justice in Bellinzona found the Swiss Friedrich Tinner, 75, and his two sons - Urs, 46, and Marco, 43 - guilty of supplying technology and expertise to Muammar Gaddafi's nuclear weapons programme until 2003.
Friedrich Tinner, 70, and his two sons Marco and Urs - are reportedly network affiliates of 'disgraced' Pakistani nuclear scientist Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan, reports The Express Tribune.
The Swiss were looking into the Tinner family -- Urs Tinner, his brother Marco and their father Friedrich -- who are suspected of playing a crucial role in Khan's smuggling network.
consisted of burning tinner, paints and woods," the report noted.