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Well you can't blame her - she's put up with the tin foil for six years.
So use that roll of tin foil to keep your turkey moist and that wire hanger to keep your winter coat off the ground, and realize that your options for viewing the content we want are multiplying every day.
Opaque: Construction paper, cardboard, felt, wood, tin foil, Styrofoam plate.
Wrap tin foil around the loin to help stop the stffing from oozing out.
We won't sell Milkybars or tin foil to anyone we think is to do with drugs,' said a shop assistant at the store, who asked not to be named for fear of retaliation.
What do you get when you combine Popsicle sticks, socks, TV antennae, tin foil, electrical cords, and plastic doll eyes with an infusion of wacky Conceptual spirit?
Trick-or-treat candies for humans are not for pets: Chocolate is poisonous to many animals, and tin foil and cellophane candy wrappers can be hazardous if swallowed.
The 46-year-old ambulance driver has decorated his house for Christmas using tin foil - and it all cost less than PS20.
To prevent smaller areas from drying out, such as the legs, cover them with tin foil.
Put the haddock and butter in a tin foil pouch and place in a colander on top of the pan with the potatoes to steam.
Two Nigels, one wearing a blazer, and one a tin foil hat.
Cover the top of your pie with tin foil or baking parchment and bake in the oven for two hours.