a small box or jar, often one of a kitchen set, for holding tea, coffee, flour, and sugar.
Also called canister shot. case shot.
the part of a gas mask containing the neutralizing substances through which poisoned air is filtered.
a collection of small projectiles in a case, to be fired from a cannon.
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a container, usually made of metal, in which dry food, such as tea or coffee, is stored
a type of shrapnel shell for firing from a cannon
Also called canister shot, case shot. the shot or shrapnel packed inside this
another name for canister (sense 2b)
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