bidon

bidon

(bidɔ̃)
n
a vessel (of tin, wood, or glass) for containing liquids
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After a contractor's lone bidon a Rock County interstate job came in $20 million higher than expected, Wisconsin's nominated transportation secretary told lawmakers he's not sure if he'd sign off on the contract.
That's why you rarely see riders without a drinks bidon in their hands when they are off-bike.
Finding it difficult to get going when the race resumed the following day and with the formidable Envalira climb ahead, his team director drove to his side and handed him a bidon (water bottle) filled with champagne.
All Pakistan Anjuman-e-Tajiran General Secretary Naeem Mir criticised PAT chief Qadri for announcing his protest plan from Wednesday, closing all trade and business activities in the surrounding markets of Mall Road, Bidon Road, Hall Road and Panorama Centre etc while the closure of GPO Chowk has already affected the business due to orange line train work.
QUETTA: Frontier Corps (FC) Balochistan has foiled a terror bidon Tuesday, seizing a large cache of weapons from mountains area of Hub.According to Security sources, on a tip-off Frontier Corps raided in Tripori aera of Industrial city Hubon Tuesdayand seized a large cache of arms hided in mountains.
The two were cleared of wrongdoing by the 18th Judicial District Attorney's Office earlier this week for shooting and killing former deputy Mark Bidon, 40, on Oct.
Included in the $10 fee for tasting the Virginia wines was one bag-in-a-box white wine and two wines in growlers called Mon Bidon Blanc and Mon Bidon Rouge (mon bidon is French for "my canteen").
Contact: Robert Bidon, Phone: 507-263-3882, Email: rjbdonsr@rconnect.com, Web: www.ussrasher.org.