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Tin in a sentence

Store in a tin box.
A tin of white paint.
The air tasted of tin.
The tin lining was intact.
He handed Rita the tin cup.
There was a tin of ravioli.
What Tin saw next amazed it.

In his hands was a large tin.
Jim ain't got no tin plates.
I put a penny in the tin cup.
She seized the tin of white.
Rain drummed the high tin roof.
I’m tired of these tin cans.
Winn stopped beside a tin boat.
The tin man stares out through.
I am a Woodman, and made of tin.
He opened his tin of cigars and.
It shows a huge tin coyote robot.
THE TIN SKIFF bucked in the waves.
Her mind drifted to the paint tin.
There was a tin donation box on.
A tin rolls out onto the asphalt.
Over this campfire hung a tin pot.
She heard him unwrap his tin plate.
Put cake in cake tin lined with foil.
Rain began to crash on the tin roof.
Tammas shrugged and pocketed the tin.
An old tin box served as kettle-drum.
Keep cake covered and store the tin.
Grease a tin for small cakes with 9.
The tin can announcement jabbered on.
The Tin Woodman came to her and said:.
Pieces of tin covered the gaping tops.
Sam laughed at this tin plated display.
Bake on a greased tin for half-an-hour.
I paused for another sip from my tin cup.
I handed her another tin of canned soup.
Tin eh? You need lots of water for that.
I stuffed the tin can in my back pocket.
Spray a 9 pie tin with non-stick spray.

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Tinned soup for lunch.
Well tinned in there.
They were tinned and prisoned dreams.
The reverend Dr Salmon: tinned salmon.
Blitz was now off duty and being fed tinned rations.
What do you say to bacon and tea! Or would tinned beef.
The staff put tinned dog food into four dog bowls and the.
They had a breakfast of coffee, tinned grapefruit and cereal.
Staples of beans, sugar and tinned tomatoes were distributed to needy.
Moving to the next pallet, he found it loaded with boxes of tinned sardines.
He spread two gray blankets and put out a little collection of tinned foods.
Using tinned food, they prepared a cold meal and drank the juice of the tinned fruit.
The tunnel sank through commissaries of tinned films to reliquaries for the nameless.
He had been prepared for whims, but had always supposed they would be tinned pine apples.
Well scrub a medium sized carrot and grate it to a pulp on an ordinary tinned bread grater.
Nevertheless, she finished what little food she could make out of the dry food and tinned goods in the pantry.
The masses were sold tinned food because the industrial barons did not want them to grow and can their own food.
They breakfasted on tinned beans heated up in the fireplace, washed down with mineral water and strong black coffee.
Tea came, with milk out of a tin; the potatoes seemed to be fresh, but the carrots and the turnips were evidently tinned.
Jacobs, the grocer, whose clothes were rich with lettuce, celery, tomatoes, and the secret tinned and hidden smell of the red demons stamped on cans of deviled ham.
I hear my Nana busying herself in the kitchen, preparing a plate of tongue for my tea, followed by a bowl of tinned tangerines that curdles the Carnation milk poured over them.
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Or maybe he would bring Mr Jacobs, the grocer, whose clothes were rich with lettuce, celery, tomatoes, and the secret tinned and hidden smell of the red demons stamped on cans of deviled ham.
This pantry opened into a kind of wash-up kitchen, and in this was firewood; there was also a cupboard, in which we found nearly a dozen of burgundy, tinned soups and salmon, and two tins of biscuits.
The crate they had left this time contained only a supply of vitamins and nutritional supplements, a dozen cans of tinned meat and, as if it was the most important thing for survival, rolls and rolls of toilet paper.
What, then, are these unnatural foods to be avoided? These are the refined, processed, tinned and packaged foods, the worst offenders being white sugar, white flour, white rice and any other food from which the vitality has been refined out.
Toil-worn women, most of them dressed in other women's shabby cast-off clothing - weary, tired-looking mothers who fed their children for the most part on adulterated tea, tinned skimmed milk and bread and margarine, grew furious as they thought of the wicked Socialists who were trying to bring Ruin upon them.
Where once a stout Edwardian family had warmed themselves by the great living room fire and eaten roast meats on Sundays in the capacious dining room, there now existed within these walls a selection of small private worlds inhabited by transparent people who warmed themselves next to two-bar electric fires, who shared bathrooms and cooked tinned meals on single ring electric cookers.
There’s some salad … what can I have with that? Anything in the tinned line? Ah yes, a tin of tuna in mayo … that would go nicely with the salad and maybe a jacket potato … sorted! Feeling very righteous after my session at the gym and carrying a plate of healthy dinner, I mooch into the lounge … don’t much fancy TV … a book it is! By nine thirty, I am nodding, so call it a day and go to bed.
Here much muttered conversation ensued, and the Mole only heard bits of it, such as—'Fresh, mind!—no, a pound of that will do—see you get Buggins's, for I won't have any other—no, only the best—if you can't get it there, try somewhere else—yes, of course, home-made, no tinned stuff—well then, do the best you can!' Finally, there was a chink of coin passing from paw to paw, the field-mouse was provided with an ample basket for his purchases, and off he hurried, he and his lantern.
His water tins ran dry.
Cool cookies on racks and store in airtight tins.
The cake tins should be lined with greased paper.
Then the rains stopped and the water tins dried up.
Tins would carry water or cook the meal or roof the hut.
The packets and tins were moving at such a slow pace that.
There was nothing she could find except some tins of food.
The first step is to blast the tins with a laser accelerator.
Grease muffin tins; pile batter high and sprinkle with sugar.
Each man in the party had to carry four petrol tins of water.
Oh, you know tins, a few bits in the freezer, the usual stuff.
Mess tins and water bottles completed the kit and that was about it.
They can be stored for several weeks in tightly sealed jars or tins.
His eyes unhungrily saw shelves of tins: sardines, gaudy lobsters' claws.
She cleared a space amongst the old newspapers and empty tins of cat food.
Use plastic bags, ration tins or other containers and empty when possible.
Gently twist the pastry cases off the tins and set aside to cool completely.
Personal-sized tins of syrupy fruit cocktail jig across oblique eating trays.
Moving the boxes of junk and empty paint tins off the top, he lifted the lid.
The other two tins contained seawater and kelp, in addition to some large clams and.
Johnny pointed at the tins littering the table and asked, Cats? Can’t see any of.
There was nothing in those tins, only ink, I checked them myself, Jenkins argued.
We’re both stuck together in an oversized shed full of wheelbarrows and paint tins and.
It was a huge box containing meats, cakes, tins of biscuits and all sorts of Christmas fare.
Nothing Sir – tins of ink, that’s all, Jenkins said when they were back in the car.
Every time he would cut a strand the bloody bully beef tins would rattle like a load of cow bells.
On a shelf at the back, behind tins and packets of food and cartons of milk, he found what he needed.
The rancher had a fire going when Elise returned, a few opened tins spread on the hand brushed ground.
The amount of glaze should be generous so that it fills the tins and keeps the strawberries in place.
Pulling the last of the tins from around his legs, Piers suddenly pushed them across the mattress at her.
And he proceeded to explain to Herr Dremmel that the child in future would have to seek its nourishment in tins.
And cats interspersed, no doubt, with a variety of objects of the nature of portions of crockery and empty tins.
One of the men ran into the ship and brought forth food tins which were opened and dished out without much noise.
Her mother often got hurt when the few tins of food she’d been able to buy were stolen from her on her walk home.
The whole, horrible scene was rehearsing in her mind when, just prior to boarding, Sal handed her two tins of tuna.
He looked round at the evergreens and the kissing bunch, and the little tarts that lay in their tins on the hearth.
He stepped in, between the shelves on either side that were stacked with tins and packets of food and cartons of milk.
It couldn’t be a crewmember either: even if one had been stealing tins of food from the cargo, he would not be armed.
Bloody hell they must be handing them out with bully beef tins if you’ve got another one, and I grinned at him.
Although there were tins of beef and cold rice, and fruit and two canteens of water aboard, they were too nervous to eat.

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