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Words like teleprompter, thermos, hoover, aspirin, and videotape were once trademarked.
Pinwheels: Tortillas of turkey and cheese rolled up and sliced. Alphabet soup in a thermos.
Can be made in the morning and kept in a thermos or made the night before and kept in reheatable containers.
That's why this new announcement from the COHERENT collaboration is so exciting: A group of scientists have managed to successfully detect neutrinos using an instrument no bigger than a thermos.
Your mom packs you bloody mary's to-go in a monogrammed thermos because time is a cyclical pattern punctuated with just the right amount of horseradish.
Farmers dump bags of carrots into big plastic bins, tents languidly unfurl as if from a deep sleep, and steam trails off a piping hot thermos of apple cider.
Charlie’s Restaurant and Irish Pub at the Water Street Inn had a half-bar up and offering a handful of beers, Irish whiskey and ginger ale next to thermoses of coffee and hot chocolate.
The New Orleans artist makes his one-of-a-kind sculptures out of the detritus found at flea markets and thrift stores, such as flashlights and thermoses.
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Origin and Etymology of thermos
First Known Use: 1907See Words from the same year
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