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Tin

A Burmese unit of volume approximately equivalent to 40.9 liters.

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This came as a surprise since my husband and I always were told to put tinfoil on the end of the counter because cats hate the sounds and feel.
October 20, 1965 Colne Valley youngsters were to organise a mammoth collection of tinfoil to raise the PS250 needed to buy a guide dog for the blind 1818: The 49th parallel was established by USA and Britain as the boundary between Canada and USA.
The officers found he kept a tin with cannabis wrapped in tinfoil and cash, Teesside Crown Court was told.
We now present the Enoch Powwow Drummer Tinfoil and Duct Tape Special .
Because of his work, it has become everyday practice for babies to get wrapped in tinfoil or rushed off to an incubator when they first arrive into the world.
Pour the sauce over the meatballs, cover with a lid or tinfoil and put in the oven for 20 minutes.
For a budget alternative, try wrapping a Mars bar in tinfoil and chamois leather.
If the pastry is getting too brown cover it with tinfoil.
The tree also has leaves made from tinfoil that will drop off after a certain length of time and will be replaced by new leaves created by the children.
But before you start fashioning little Y-fronts out of tinfoil, I must also point out that we are talking about electromagnetic radiation here, not the nuclear bomb stuff, which actually travels faster in conducting materials rather than being absorbed.
The ring was a make-do affair which Andre had made himself with a bottle top and tinfoil because he said he wanted us to choose the real ring together.
In this case," jokes Schneier, "a tinfoil hat really is the answer.