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can·is·ter

(kan'is-ter),
A box or container; in anesthesiology, the container for carbon dioxide absorbent.
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The Lebanese Army and the Lebanese Atomic Energy Commission dispatched a team of experts to inspect the canister, while security forces cordoned off the area.
Fill the canister with assorted chocolates, but not all the way to the brim, leaving enough room to top with crushed cookies.
The canisters, supposed to be for one-time use only or disposable, piled up, but Tabacon saw a big bright business out from the canister scraps.
It offers additional styles with its Just Dine Bistro Edge ceramic canister set for those who like the modern bistro look and its Studio California Luminescent Mix canisters for customers who prefer casual California designs.
We didn't think of calling the gardai or anything like that and we just left the canister back down on the beach and continued on with our day.
Head of Hosan village council Hasan Hamamreh told WAFA that Israeli troops cordoned off as-Seddiq school in the village, and fired teargas canisters towards the school.
Closed sink design protects employees from fluid exposure risks common with traditional suction canister disposal methods.
For example: while packet feed equipment typically costs less than canister feed machinery, canister feeders typically run at higher operating speeds, so fewer may be required.
Take the lid off the camera film canister and pour a teaspoon full of water inside.
Library of Dust depicts individual copper canisters, each containing the cremated remains of patients from a state-run psychiatric hospital.
Pocket fixtures position the canisters for alignment; the rolled wipes are then fed to the canister.
In an area with no confirmed chemical attacks but a CK threat in a climate that's cold and humid or warm and moderately humid, change the canister annually.