canaster

canaster

(ˈkænəstə)
n
coarsely broken dried tobacco leaves
[C19: (meaning: rush basket in which tobacco was packed): from Spanish canastro; see canister]
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Here are itemized, among other things, "Guns with barrel 2 ft 8 in: 4 1/2 lb weight, bore balls, pointed barrels, Patent locks & price from 5 to 5 1/2 Guineas; Canaster Powder; Patent shot; Turn-screws, vices etc.
In Octavio, CoopTenjo credit union provides financing for groups of small growers like Maria Carmenza Canaster, who grows her flowers for export.
And when it has feasted the master, 'Twill amply suffice for the maid: Meanwhile I will smoke my canaster, And tipple my ale in the shade.
Estando en Mazalquivir, con sesenta hombres de a caballo y trescientos peones, supo que los turcos estaban reposando en Canaster, "dio sobre ellos a la media noche" y alli mismo les ataco con enorme exito, y llevo a algunos turcos a su padre, el conde de Uruena (86).