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CAN

abbreviation for Center for American Nurses.

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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It really all starts with educating the consumer about food choices and understanding what consumers want," says Rich Tavoletti, executive director of the Pittsburgh-based Canned Food Alliance (CFA), a consortium of steelmakers, can makers, food processors and affiliate members.
Such conditions can cause your precious canned foods to rapidly lose quality.
Cans for Kids is a non-profit organisation that has been running in Cyprus since 1990.
black or kidney), rinsed, drained 1 28-oz can no-salt-added diced tomatoes, undrained 1/2 tsp ground cumin 1.
The Palmer line is currently running 45 cans per minute with the capability to run 60 cans per minute.
Cats can use plant-based protein but need more of it than they would need of an animal-based protein.
Because cans are non-biodegradable and they break down very slowly, they should be recycled and made into new cans," Vimal Pillai, 13, a student at The Millennium School in Dubai, told Gulf News.
When the restriction was lifted after the Korean War, the improved can was introduced and marketed nationwide.
Robbie Davies, the world's leading recycler of aluminium cans, which works with Billy Can Recycling, said: "Gordon's efforts prove that recycling aluminium drink cans makes sound financial sense.
But other nondrink cans that can't be redeemed for a nickel can be sold as scrap, he said.
In 2005 the world's leading aluminum beverage can recycler, Brazil, re-processed 96.
BURBANK -- Santa Claus, with his red-suited girth smashed flat, rolls down the sorting line amid bottles, cans, paper and junk.