can.

Can.

abbr.
1. Canada
2. Canadian

can.

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

abbreviation for
1. (Placename) Canada
2. (Placename) Canadian
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AND rushed into the toolshed, and jumped into a can. It would have been a beautiful thing to hide in, if it had not had so much water in it.
They want to see real good wine in a can. I think of the can as similar to what screw caps used to be," said Scott Osborn, president and co-owner of Fox Run Vineyard.<br />"Some people who are traditionalists will look at cans as strictly a gimmick," Missick said, but several wine experts agreed that cans will be welcomed eventually just as screw-top wine bottles have been.<br />Century's Powell said he tasted some canned wines in anticipation of being interviewed for this article and found they all stood up well to bottled counterparts, especially the Underwood Pinot Noir.<br />Butternut's Carr said he wouldn't risk his winery's reputation by putting something lesser in a can.<br />Cans have some advantages over glassthey're lighter for one thing.
Ward believes using canned vegetables--especially vegetables that are timely to prepare, such as artichokes--can simplify cooking, noting, "I probably wouldn't eat artichokes if they weren't cleaned and cut up in a can." EN
"Two years ago, when I first surveyed the HIPsters [Riedel's Hometrends Influentials Panel, a hand-selected consumer group who are regularly polled on housewares-related issues] about canning, 31% of them were already doing some canning, and had been for several years, and 20% were thinking about starting to can."
"Two years ago, when I first surveyed the HIPsters [Riedel's Home-trends Influentials Panel, 01# a hand-selected consumer group who are regularly polled on housewares-related issues] about canning, 31 percent of them were already doing some canning, and had been for several years, and 20 percent were thinking about starting to can."
WESTMINSTER - There was a time when the refined beer drinker would not think of sipping from an aluminum can.
Oregon, the nation's second-largest producer of craft beer - California is the largest - was relatively late to embrace the can.
Cliquot Club ginger ale was the first carbonated beverage can introduced into the market in 1938 and came in a cone-top can. A flat-top can, coined the "picnic can," was available in 1955 and sold in six-can cartons that retailed for 79 cents.
Depending on production processes, that flat piece of metal is transformed through mechanical manipulation into a can.
These new systems, provided you use a smoothly- does-it approach, mean you have all the taste and creaminess of a proper pint but from a can.
Yet their drive-by misses something the microbrewery industry missed until 2002: distinctive beer in a can.