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Kilner jar

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trademark a glass preserving jar with an airtight lid, used for bottling fruit or vegetables
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By Clare Thompson, partner in the clinical negligence team at Hay and Kilner MANY thousands of people receive medical treatment every single day.
Byline: Clare Thompson, partner in the clinical negligence team at Hay and Kilner
Specifically, Kilner addresses the issue that has plagued numerous interpreters of the imago Dei through the ages: "Rather than people being in the image of God, God is remade in the image of people" (p.
Typhoon's Kilner brand bowed several new beverage products with its classic glass embossed with the Kilner emblem.
Well, it's not a proper party if you don't have a drinks dispenser KILNER GLASS DRINKS DISPENSER, PS29, BHS (8L) The classic kilner, for that retro-chic look.
But for Examiner reader Colin Liversidge, 67, it brought back memories of that whole area including Kilner Bank which gave some magnificent views of old Huddersfield in the 1940s and 50s.
And this trend is coming to the hair care category in a big way thanks to advances in cleansing conditioners, says Nicola Kilner, brand director at Deciem, a two-year-old company that describes itself as a "beauty brand building engine.
BRITISH duo Ben Kilner and Dom Harington admitted the controversial Olympic halfpipe course played a factor in crashing out.
SCOTTISH snowboarder Ben Kilner will draw on his Olympic experience in Sochi.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- US Ambassador to Turkey Francis Ricciardone, Principal Officer at the US Consulate General in ystanbul Scott Kilner and Assistant Secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs at the US State Department Philip H.
Scott Kilner said economic relations with Turkey were not as good as political and security relations, and they were not at the level desired by U.
In the spring of 2002, an Army major named Peter Kilner submitted an unusual essay to Military Review, a journal published by the Combined Arms Center in Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.