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Cracker

A slang term in Hong Kong for $10,000. See also: Hong Kong dollar, Big cracker.
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Demand for the classic snack is even higher over the festive period, with Brits set to devour almost twice as many crackers in the run-up to Christmas compared to the rest of the year.
From budget to blowout, here's our pick of the most banging beauty crackers 2017 has to offer.
Merry & Bright Cracker, PS29 each, Sarah Chapman Bringing together the ultra-effective Overnight Facial Serum with the uber-moisturising Intense Hydrating Booster, Sarah Chapman's shiny silver Merry & Bright Cracker will delight skincare obsessives.
It's one super-sized cracker packed with chocolate snowflakes and penguins as well as festive specials like mince pie brownies and apple strudel.
George Home 12 Family Crackers, Asda, PS3 Six white and six silver crackers with stars and snowflakes design which looked elegant for the price.
Whole-grain flours and other high-quality ingredients, such as seeds and extra-virgin olive oil, also pack more vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants into crackers.
Although they certainly couldn't be called meal staples, cookies and crackers are among the most frequently purchased packaged food items in the United States.
Naming crackers after politicians is nothing new in Bihar.
Some crackers are shaped like little cylinders with a fuse.
According to details Rawalpindi Police has issued notices to the owners of the warehouses where fire crackers have been stored and directed them to remove the fire crackers from their warehouses.