Tin Box

A tin box, or tin for short, is a metal container with a re-closeable lid. Despite its name, a tin box seldom involves more tin than a thin plated layer whose purpose is to inhibit corrosion.

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Other articles related to "tin box, tin, tins, box":

Tin Box - Usage
... Modern tin boxes have been used to hold items such as breath mints, throat lozenges, instant coffee, cocoa and even CD-ROMs for an internet service provider ... In the past even more products were stored in tins, many highly decorated ... Businesses tried to encourage the re-use of tins they provided, with the effect of the tins advertising them ...
Shirley Mc Kie - Case in Brief
... A fingerprint found on a tin box in Asbury's home was reported to be that of Marion Ross by examiners at the Scottish Criminal Records Office ... tag years earlier while he was working at the home, the print on the tin box in Asbury's home became the key piece of evidence in the case against him ... a life sentence due to questions raised about the identification of the print on the tin box ...
The Princess And The Tin Box - Story
... on a black horse, carried a great jewel box made of platinum and sapphires, and it was placed next to the diamond nightingale ... placed next to the platinum-and-sapphire jewel box ... of the Princess on a plow horse, and he brought her a small tin box filled with mica and feldspar and hornblende (types of ordinary rocks) which he had picked up on the way ...
Novar Plc - History of Novar - 1921 – 1945: Founding of Metal Box To World War II
... In 1921 the Allied Tin Box Makers was formed by four family firms of tin box makers, Hudson Scott, F ... In that war, the British Tin Box Manufacturers Federation had been faced with dealing with government restrictions on tin whilst having to meet the needs of supplying the ration tin used by ... A year later they became Metal Box Printing Industries ...

Famous quotes containing the words box and/or tin:

    All your lovely words are spoken.
    Once the ivory box is broken,
    Beats the golden bird no more.
    Edna St. Vincent Millay (1892–1950)

    The knocking out of a pipe can be made almost as important as the smoking of it, especially if there are nervous people in the room. A good, smart knock of a pipe against a tin wastebasket and you will have a neurasthenic out of his chair and into the window sash in no time.
    Robert Benchley (1889–1945)