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can

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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The "Global BPA & Non-BPA Cans Market Outlook Industry Analysis Opportunity Evaluation 2018-2027" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
"Fresh and frozen fish can be daunting to cook for some, but canned fish is ready to eat, meaning people need not miss out on some of the nutritional benefits or compromise on taste," he says.
Not a single can in our storage facility," Ferrer said.
I started with just one can and I now have over 5,000," he said."I collect special beer cans and anything to do with beer, including advertisements, beer mirrors and everything else that comes with beer," he added.
The list of things you shouldn't can is pretty short and amounts to common sense.
Simultaneously with the movement of the filling head, the full can comes to a stop and the empty can starts to turn.
One advance addressing both environmental and health concerns is the elimination of Bisphenol A (BPA), an organic synthetic compound, from can liners.
You can buy Sunshine Canning products at various regional locations, including Anna Maria Island Fresh Market, Sift Bakehouse and the monthly Sample Sarasota market at Mandeville Beer Garden.
Although the day may have passed, tomorrow Cans for Kids and Microsoft -- with a little help from KISS FM -- will celebrate Earth Day by getting people involved in the process of recycling cans and also having a nice cup of coffee.
"Fresh produce can lose lots of nutrients, especially during the winter when it travels hundreds or thousands of miles to get to your grocer, where it then sits on the shelf until you buy it," says author of Plate for Moms, Elizabeth Ward, RD.
"Two years ago, when I first surveyed the HIPsters [Riedel's Hometrends Influentials Panel, a hand-selected consumer group who are regularly polled on housewares-related issues] about canning, 31% of them were already doing some canning, and had been for several years, and 20% were thinking about starting to can."
"Two years ago, when I first surveyed the HIPsters [Riedel's Home-trends Influentials Panel, 01# a hand-selected consumer group who are regularly polled on housewares-related issues] about canning, 31 percent of them were already doing some canning, and had been for several years, and 20 percent were thinking about starting to can."