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“Neil Mason Swivel bracelet in 18-carat gold 2004, by Jacqueline Mina Ms. Mina found herself entranced by the barley-sugar twists the strips produced before they became tubes.”
“Just watching a man divide flat round cakes of barley-sugar brittle into pieces with a tiny chisel, or dip up strands of hot thick melted sugar to twist into sticks of candy, was a delight.”
“Prince Certainpersonio was sitting by himself, eating barley-sugar, and waiting to be ninety.”
“I remember favourite sweet indulgences of my childhood: Bassett's sherbert fountain sherbert sucked slowly through licorice, and twirly barley-sugar sticks and a kind of hard toffee flavoured candy in a long twirly stick with chocolate in the middle - can't remember what it was called.”
“You see very fat old men crying like babies, and, like babies, sucking enormous sticks of barley-sugar.”
“The other boys spent all theirs in the first day or two, and they gave me plenty of cakes and barley-sugar then, I can tell you.”
“The original Georgian plaster moldings were very fine, and the hall table, with barley-sugar legs, was one of the best he'd ever seen.”
““That is a Russian princess: and one of those little boys, the one who is sucking a piece of barley-sugar, plays, and wins five hundred louis in a night.””
“As he retired, rolling his gold pieces into his pocket and sucking his barley-sugar, she glared after him with angry eyes; and went home, and scolded everybody, and had no sleep.”
“I had had no Gregory; then I should have no barley-sugar kiss: so he decided with a touch of irritation.”
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