cannikin


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Related to cannikin: Amchitka
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a wooden bucket

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a small can

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On the analogy of Cannikin law, to collect all the data, we should find the maximum of [k.sub.i] in the kind of distribution strategy.
The method is mainly based on "Cannikin law"; that is to say, as long as one of the intermediate nodes fails in forwarding the data, then the whole path is not credible.
Among the last of the singing Vices, Iago uses the tavern song 'And Let me the Cannikin Clink' to advance his elaborate revenge project by seducing and ruining the sober Cassio with drink (2.3.64-93).
"'Aye, aye, my merry lads, it's a lively leak this; hold a cannikin, one of ye, and let's have a taste.
The Don't Make a Wave Committee was born and its first high profile protest was to sail towards Amchitka and into the heart of what would be the nuclear testing zone for an underground hydrogen bomb called Cannikin, variably estimated to be 250 to 385 times as powerful as Hiroshima.
Despite the presence of a lunchpail, they seemed to be beach bums or beer-swilling tourists, not artisans, as suggested by their clothing, the gratuitous "Once more unto the beach" at the end of 1.2, and a loud rendition of "Cannikin, clink," imported from Othello 2.3.