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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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Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform (formerly known as OpenShift Enterprise) is the industrys first web-scale container application platform based on Docker-format Linux containers, Kubernetes orchestration, and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.
Launched in December 2015, OpenShift Dedicated has emerged as a popular offering for container application platform customers, providing the power and flexibility of OpenShifts core platform managed by Red Hats engineering, operations and support teams, in addition to the open source Docker container and Kubernetes orchestration technologies.
When it comes to container applications, you're talking about fixed loads in the majority of cases," he continues.
Plastic blow-moulded container applications, typically from 0.
SABIC'S two new high density polyethylene (HDPE) grades for industrial container applications -- Sabic HDPE ICP4907S and Sabic HDPE ICP5602 -- are now commercially available for the global market.
Sabic has announced its two new high density polyethylene (HDPE) grades for industrial container applications - HDPE ICP4907S and HDPE ICP5602 - are now commercially available for the global market.
Optimising storage space, reducing return costs along with easy and flexible handling are likely to be among the main aims; and objectives for most re-usable container applications.
However, proven barrier technologies on a commercial scale, with lowered costs, "will allow polypropylene to tap large PET and glass container applications.
For container applications a lowered-roof version (77.
INVISTA Polymer and Resins offers a diverse portfolio of products under this business, including polyethylene terephthalate (PET) resins which are used for bottles and containers for carbonated soft drink, water, beer, juice, food and custom container applications.
Alternatives to container applications, such as using ground glass to replace aggregates, are also not well established and are lower in value, minimizing the economic benefit of recovering glass.