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Tin

A Burmese unit of volume approximately equivalent to 40.9 liters.
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When it comes to breakfast he can make for himself a drinking-tin of tabloid tea, with tinned butter and a "tinned" loaf.
TINNED dog food first appeared in 1922, and beer was first canned in 1935.
The supermarket chain will stock four varieties of chopped tomatoes using Tetra Pak's new Tetra Recarte package, and company officials believe it could be the shape of things to come, with more tinned goods becoming cardboard packed.
To investigate cracking, a round rod bend test was carried out, in which brass strips coated with acid copper were tinned with 4-6 [micro]m, bent to an angle of 110[degrees] over a round rod of 10mm diameter, and subsequently inspected using an SEM for cracking.
KAT LITTLE: Nothing wrong with having tinned potatoes, we have frozen chips, jackets spuds (from fresh), roasted potatoes (from fresh), and sometimes tinned potatoes, they all go nice along side some pork lion thick cuts grilled with apple sauce and some fresh sweet corn!
Tinned pulses, such as butter beans and kidney beans, contain protein, fibre, iron, calcium and thiamin.
You can also reduce the salt content of tinned pulses and vegetables by draining and rinsing them under running water.