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to prepare (food) for storage and future use

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It can't be for farm subsidies because even europhiles admit we contribute more than we get back.
The government can't send more soldiers to help, because so many of our forces are fighting someone else's war in Afghanistan.
Tech lovers can still play Candy Crush but can't play Words With Friends, listen to music but can't download anything new, can't message, can't email, can't download virtually anything.
Wong and colleagues (2) described "57% of respondents had experienced a 'can't intubate, can't ventilate' situation in real life".
Though we're fully aware of what's coming, Holgate's confirmation that he will compete in the Cockerham Sprint Triathlon gets Can't Swim, Can't Ride, Can't Run off to a flier and prepares the reader for a thoroughly engaging journey.
They can't pay players' wages, can't attract crowds, can't pay the tax man his due, can't afford a transfer fee, can't avoid selling a stand to open a motorway and can't afford to keep a stand open because of the cost of stewards.
to see if the host was a family member-- I can't recall which dish
If I can't get the money back or the collateral, why would I take the risk if the government won't allow me to collect?
"When you can't kick off and keep it in play and then you can't catch a kick-off we have lost the art of how to actually play the game.
The X Factor and American Idol judge does so many auditions now, he can't tell one from another.
"Be a good egg," said Father, "and never say can't. You can say it's difficult, but never say can't."
Now my pals getting in a fight just because I can't get a light,
In matters large and small, serious or trivial, we just can't wait - for anything.
To David Gergen's suggested limit--we can't stay on the same path and we can't just pull out immediately--must be added the one condition that could possibly still save the situation: disavowing permanent U.S.
Saint Patrick's Day (named for the Patron Saint of Ireland)--As we can't call it Lucky Leprechaun Day because that may offend some short people who are neither lucky nor affiliated with Leprechauns, and as the politically correct would be against alcohol usage being associated with Irishmen (okay, Irish people), which rules out "Irish Pub Day," and as the only thing the politically correct really seem to like about the day is all the green color that goes with it, we'll change the holiday to "Bring a Shrub to Work Day."