He was so fastidious and prim about his place that a boy would go to a good deal of trouble to throw a dead cat into his back yard, or to dump a sackful of tin cans
in his alley.
Several soldiers in undress were lounging about, or eating from tin cans
; military accoutrements dangled on rows of pegs along the whitewashed wall; and some half- dozen men lay fast asleep upon their backs, snoring in concert.
Great was the clatter of knives and pewter plates and tin cans
when Adam entered the house, but there was no hum of voices to this accompaniment: the eating of excellent roast beef, provided free of expense, was too serious a business to those good farm- labourers to be performed with a divided attention, even if they had had anything to say to each other--which they had not.
The other two nodded a descent from similar fathers, and elevated their tin cans
DADDY'S GIRL Maya's father made tin can
legs so that Maya could walk
Modern children have almost unlimited access to them and would look on a tin can
as something that belongs in the trash.
Titans: The Heroic Men and Ships of World War It's Most Decorated Navy Destroyer Squadron
Similarly, the TVB-N & TMA-N values for Tuna in curry medium and packed in Tin can
were 20.5 mg% and 8.5 mg%, which increased up to 26.95 mg% and 11.6 mg% respectively at the end of 5 months of storage period.
British merchant Peter Durand, meanwhile, patents the tin can
as a food container.
around the roll like ribs on a tin can
. This problem occurs when extruders or dies are unable to homogenize materials of very different viscosity or density.
They called them the Tin Can
Tourists, or maybe that's what they called themselves.
Over 100 years ago, before telephones, email, facebook or even plastic cups, people used a kind of tin can
telephone to talk secretly to one another.