Candy Store


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Candy Store

A slang term for an automotive dealership with an exceptionally large inventory.
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IF YOU CANNOT HAVE FUN IN A CANDY STORE, THERE IS SOMETHING WRONG!." -- MAZEN OMAIR, MASTER FRANCHISEE, FUZZIWIGS CANDY FACTORY
The Candy Store will launch its new outlet on Friday.
Bjorn Borg's Candy Stores are designed like a kiosk, an island without surrounding walls and with the products visible for passers-by.
To date, Ray's Candy Store remains in business, and Ray was one of the few store owners to stay open in spite of warnings related to Hurricane Irene.
Tell students that the owner of the "Mathematical Candy Store" has returned to request their help once again.
Dylan's Candy Store inked a seven year deal on the new space at 315 East 62nd Street, where asking rents are $45 psf.
I look forward to it like a kid in a candy store, wherever I am." With a long, multifaceted life of heroism, character, and achievement, he stands as a truly exemplary archetype of both the greatness and goodness of America.
The Cosmic Candy Store at The Groove Box (formerly Tin Tins), The Bullring Centre, Smallbrook Queensway, Birmingham is set to revolutionise the UK dance scene forever.
The candy store is open seven days a week - afternoons only on Sundays.
Like children in front of a closed candy store, superconductor scientists have their noses pressed against the window of a largely inaccessible technology sweetshop.
A candy store for grown-ups, Chocolate Bar offers cosmopolitan luxury through old-fashioned collections and unique inspirations.
Dylan's Candy Store is co-owned by Dylan Lauren, the daughter of fashion icon Ralph Lauren, and Jeff Rubin, who created FAQ Schweetz at FAQ Schwarz and the candy departments at Toys R Us at Times Square in Manhattan and the Warner Bros.