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con·tai·ner

(kŏn-tā'nĕr)
A receptacle in which anything is confined.
[L. contineo, to hold together]

container

(kŏn-tā′nĕr)
A receptacle for storing a medical specimen or supplies. Use of sterile disposable containers for collecting specimens is recommended, since contamination of the container may alter the results of the specimen analysis and therefore interfere with the diagnosis.
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This has put further pressure on cullet supply because color sorting is largely required for glass container plant usage.
If the flash pockets and pinches are not properly designed, excess material can be squeezed into the container around the handle.
The authority recently installed a Top-Lifter at Keefer Terminal capable of handling a 45-tonne container.
Cycads have been called the Rolls-Royces of container plants, as certain types, no more than a few feet tall, may be worth $1.
Managing container detention costs requires cooperation and a change in mindset, said Doug Anderson, global container management director for SDDC.
San Diego, of its latest scanning technology, the Integrated Container Inspection System, has twice been extended, and U.
Both the standard A-22 container and the LCC are used during testing of the two parachutes in order to establish interoperability.
Label the container so you can clearly identify what's inside.
The plan also envisions an intermodal container transfer facility at the port's connection with a major railway.
To prevent rubber bales from sticking together in their shipping containers, they must be wrapped with a protective, leak-proof film.
Thirdly, Oji will attempt to improve cost competitiveness by stationing large lot-compatible large-scale mills in the Kunto region, which has the highest demand for corrugated containers among all the Japanese regions.
If you encounter any resistance along the sides or if you cannot touch the bottom of the container with the rod, the solids in the coating may have settled, in which case the coating needs to be reconstituted.