Candy


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Candy

An obsolete South Asian unit of weight approximately equivalent to 227 kilograms.
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Half-way up the second flight, they all stopped as suddenly as if they had seen a ghost; for looking over the banisters was Tom's face, crocky but triumphant, and in either hand a junk of candy, which he waved above them as he vanished, with the tantalizing remark, "Don't you wish you had some?
He must have poked up the cover, climbed into the street, stole the candy, and sneaked in at the shed-window while we were looking for it.
The girls went to bed tired out; and Maud slumbered placidly, hugging the sticky bundle, found where molasses candy is not often discovered.
I thought he 'd get enough of our candy," laughed Polly; and then they fell asleep, leaving Tom to the delights of toothache and the tender mercies of kind old grandma.
Candy corn was one of the most widely bought candies - it was the No.
The line of Milka Oreo Chocolate Candy Bars is the latest innovation to be released from the Oreo Wonder Vault, where Oreo taste-tests its new products before releasing them on the market.
That said, dollar sales of candy and chocolate continue to grow.
consumers of all ages, incomes and geographic regions enjoy candy and gum, often with fierce brand loyalty.
LOL Candy debuts their DIY Candy Table packages as the newest, most stress-free, reliable and cost-effective option for individuals looking to feature a candy table at any event.
Beneo's 'Sweets Collection' think tank is the basis for new innovative candy ideas that include both visual concepts as well as the development of technical samples and recipes.
Simply dump in your leftover Halloween hard candy and it spins out delicious cotton candy.
Some dentists in the Greater Worcester area are participating in the Halloween Candy Buy Back program, offering children a per-pound rate for their Halloween candy.