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Tin

A Burmese unit of volume approximately equivalent to 40.9 liters.

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BARONESS STRANGE: My Lords, does the Minister agree that sardine tins and anchovy tins are also very difficult to open with their tin-openers?
Thus, if I say, |This is a good tin-opener' then I will be taken to mean that the
And the interplay we hear them fall into, around their music, leaves you feeling that you've dropped by their trailer to borrow a tin-opener and stumbled inadvertently into some Grand Canyon of a world.
Finally, having deployed no discernible survival skills that didn't involve operating a tin-opener or asking someone else for help, he was helicoptered out again.
Sharon reaches for the tin-opener on most days to whip up anything from Spam a L'Orange to Spam Tikka Masala.
His dad said: "His head was split open like a tin-opener had sliced it.
RICHARD HANNON thought Reel Buddy needed "a tin-opener" to come through the wall of horses in front of him two furlongs out, but in the end the four-year-old just relied on the patience of jockey Richard Quinn to guide him home in the Hungerford Stakes.