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CAN

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Canada. The code is used for transactions to and from Canadian bank accounts and for international shipping to Canada. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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Perfect for new and experienced canners, the book teaches you everything from food preservation methods and safety information to techniques and recipes.
This outbreak illustrates the importance of educating home canners on safe home-canning practices to prevent botulism.
"Pressure canners make it possible to preserve low-acid foods, and over time, the dial gauge may become inaccurate and need calibration," said Laura Barr, a University of Illinois Extension nutrition and wellness educator.
We agree that the Ball Blue Book is a terrific resource for canners at any level.
In June 1933, for example, when a canner threatened to lower their earnings of ten to fifteen cents an hour by requiring that they pay for the gloves and knives they used at work, the women walked out, barricading the cannery doors to prevent the entry of strike breakers.
Whether an avid home canner, urban gardener, meal prepper or simply someone who finds themselves with a few too many tomatoes after a trip to the farmers market, we have a solution," says Janine Moore, senior brand manager, fresh preserving at Jarden Home Brands, based in Fishers, Ind.
Rachel Bogan went one step better as she made it to the main semi-final - losing 21-14 to the eventual winner, Hermarni Canner of Lincolnshire.
Richard Canner, president, Birmingham and Edgbaston Debating Society, and Ken Wilkinson, president 60 years ago
The protagonist, a young African-American law clerk working on Lincoln's defense team, Abigail Canner, is liked and respected for virtues not readily apparent in the novel's own text.
In January, the tuna canner in "Domestic Artists'" (page 56) caught my eye.