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abbreviation for Center for American Nurses.

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Drug slang
A regional term for 1 ounce of marijuana.

CAN

Abbreviation for:
cardiac autonomic neuropathy
central amygdaloid nucleus
central autonomic network
central autonomic nucleus
child abuse and neglect
chronic allograft nephropathy
Claim Account Number
Community Action Network (Medspeak-UK)
contrast-associated nephropathy
cord around neck
coronary artery narrowing
cortical amygdaloid nucleus
Cure Autism Now
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Developed by Jarden Home Brands' Fresh Preserving experts, the FreshTECH Electric Water Bath Canner + Multi-Cooker eliminates the need to use the stove top for the canning process and gives preservers of all levels more flexibility to prepare their favorite recipes.
In its current markets, the French group that houses the European tuna canners John West, Petit Navire, Parmentier and Mareblu will push for product quality boosts and innovation to expand its product portfolio.
Vegetables from the garden are generally low-acid foods that must be processed in a pressure canner (which works at a higher heat than a water bath canner) to prevent the growth of botulism.
2 Lift rack with jars onto edge of canner, using tongs and a hot pad.
PUBLIC CASH - Patrick Canner, counter fraud specialist for NHS North of Tyne
He warns that food preserved at home by inexperienced canners may be the more potent threat.
Conservatives may use the Canner Study to show that CRA legislation is unnecessary.
Matthew Canner to serve family wealth clients nationwide
Chicken stock must be pressure canned; be sure to carefully read the instructions that came with your canner before using it for the first time.
Some cooks prefer to put the jars into the canner when the water is hot but not yet boiling, to avoid any chance that the jars might break from the sudden heat.
95) contains canning essentials including a waterbath stockpot canner, six pint jars and lids, jar rack, jar lifter, wand, funnel and the ``Ball Blue Book'' (a complete how-to canning guide).
Canner and Wayne Passmore, "Credit Risk and the Provision of Mortgages to Lower-Income and Minority Homebuyers," Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol.