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vacuum

 [vak´u-um]
a space devoid of air or other gas.

vac·uum

(vak'yūm),
An empty space, one practically exhausted of air or gas.
[L. ntr. of vacuus, empty]

vac·u·um

(vak'yūm)
An empty space, one practically exhausted of air or gas.
[L. ntr. of vacuus, empty]

vac·u·um

(vak'yūm)
An empty space, one practically exhausted of air or gas.
[L. ntr. of vacuus, empty]
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Gelert Stainless Steel 1-L flask; Life Venture 1L Vacuum flask; Primus 1-litre flask; Stanley 0.5L food flasks; Thermos multi-purpose 1.2L flask; V&A flask
Anniversaries: 356BC: Birth of Alexander the Great; 1258: Salisbury Cathedral consecrated; 1803: Irish patriot Robert Emmet hanged for his part in trying to seize Dublin castle; 1842: Birth of chemist and physicist Sir James Dewar, inventor of the vacuum flask; 1854: The Allied armies defeated the Russians at the Battle of Alma in the Crimean War that produced six Victoria Crosses; 1869: Birth of comedian Sir George Robey; 1885: Birth of American jazz musician Jelly Roll Morton; 1967: Liner Queen Elizabeth II launched at Clydebank; 1984: Suicide bomber kills 40 after driving into US Embassy compound in Beirut with lorry-load of explosives.
The drinks would have been better served in a vacuum flask than water bottles.
Tips: put the gravy in a vacuum flask unless you want it all over your car.
Chill well before your trip, and store in a vacuum flask or in a container inside a cool bag or box.
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Please send your pictures to Ian Jones, Peoplepost, Daily Post, PO Box 202, Vale Road, Llandudno Junction, Conwy LL31 9ZD1842: Sir James Dewar, Scottish physician and chemist, and inventor of the vacuum flask, was born in Fife.
The foam acts like a vacuum flask, keeping the rising temperature from reaching the canister, and hopefully stopping an explosion.
Tenders are invited for Thermo Jug 1 Ltr , Make - Milton O Similar , Crystal Vacuum Flask.
Land Rover vacuum flask PS11.99 from mensgiftshop.com
Also, take some high energy food such as chocolate, warm clothing and, if possible, a vacuum flask in case of breakdowns.