container

(redirected from Avi)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Financial, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

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.
References in periodicals archive ?
Speaking of manipulation, Avi says, "Most of the writing [of this era's history] was done at the behest of the Tudors, who wanted to make sure nobody believed this story.
Forsbergh continued: "Through the support of our local importer Zahid Tractor and AVI we hope to continue to service the demanding construction, infrastructure and transport sectors in the region and set new standards in the region's trucking industry."
"Avi Networks brings a sophisticated solution to the ADC
When Avi Buffalo finally dide d return to record their sophomore effort, the sublime At Best Cuckold, inset, they were less of a band and more of a solo project, with Avi laying down the tracks before inviting some friends to play with him.
Continue reading "From Prisoner to Master Chef: Israeli Restaurateur Avi Levy's Unlikely Journey" at...
"We are confident that the revised commercial terms between the parties will result in robust growth and innovation for the Coty brand portfolio both in South Africa and the broader African region," added AVI's CEO, Simon Crutchley.
"I'm black, but I'm really Jewish," Avi puts it simply.
Avi lifted his wife's hair, kissed her neck, then left the room.
Before installing the AVI, in order to confirm the accumulation of nitrogen and phosphorus in the mat, three pieces of rubberized coconut fiber (1 m by 1 m at 0.1 m depth) were submerged in the center of Lake Paro for 1 week.
Gadfly documaker Avi Mograbi shares his thoughts on the right of return with Palestinian friend Ali Al-Azhari in the thought-provoking "Once I Entered a Garden." Much in keeping with the helmer's personal-essay style ("Avenge but One of My Two Eyes"), the docu interlaces intellectual and poetic meditations on the concept of home and belonging from the perspectives of Mograbi, a half-Levantine Jew, and Al-Azhari, an Arab in Tel Aviv.
Srinivasan's son, who is openly gay, has now gone on record saying the May 1 brawl was orchestrated by his " homophobic" father to torture him and his lover of 13 years, Avi Mukherjee.
Although she resides in Brooklyn, New York, Borneo-born Zee Avi's music has a laidback island sensibility, which is probably why she's on Jack Johnson's record label.