a metal bottle cap with a crimped edge, used mainly to seal beverages
The height of the crown cap was reduced and specified in the German standard DIN 6099 in the 1960s. This also defined the "twist-off" crown cap, now widely used in the United States and Australia.
1928; fr. its crown-like corrugated edge
About 27,300 critical care patients from Gaza were treated in Israel in 2013.
American Journal of Respiratory and critical care Medicine, 175 (2), 120-125.
"Thank you, miss," he said, as he cut the steak with critical care.
When Cecily went into her the Imp was packing; with critical care she stowed her smartest frock in the trunk.
Further development of the model led to a theory of technological competence as caring in critical care nursing (Locsin, 1998).