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beaker

 [bēk´er]
a round laboratory vessel of various materials, usually with parallel sides and often with a pouring spout.

beak·er

(bē'kĕr),
A thin glass vessel, with a lip (beak) for pouring, used as containers for liquids.
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He said: "The presence of the Beaker culture here represents contact with the continent, and indicates that humans are becoming more expansive in this period, moving across Europe in search of raw materials - things such as gold or bronze, for example, to trade and work with.
For example there are a lot of stone circles and ring cairns in Wales from the late Neolithic to early Bronze Age, which suggests the Beaker people could have been a Pagan-like culture who observed the sun and the stars."
It is believed the pot belonged to the Beaker People who arrived in the north-east around 4,500 years ago.
A great book for fans of Tracy Beaker and a good opportunity for parents and children to discuss Tracy Beaker and the characters of her world.
| Beaker has recorded with many of the all-time Blues greats, including Jack Bruce, James Booker and Van Morrison.
Prior to Beaker, the genetics lab was on paper, utilizing excel spreadsheets.
Tracy Beaker was first published 27 years ago and told the story of a 10-year-old girl in a care home.
In 2009, the Beeb started filming Tracy Beaker Returns in Jesmond, Newcastle, kickstarting a successful partnership that continues to this day.
Norman Beaker (guitar, vocals, harmonica) has been at the forefront of the British Blues scene since the late 60's, playing greats such as Alexis Korner, Graham Bond, the late Jack Bruce, Tony Ashton, Paul Jones, Eric Burdon and many others.
He tweeted: "I am reliably informed that Beaker agrees with @KermitOfficial - Scotland is #BetterTogether in the UK."