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  • n. Plural form of candy.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of candy.


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  • Peppermint bark, where layers of white and dark chocolate are topped with shards of peppermint candies, is very popular around Christmas and the holidays.

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  • Less liquid means that these colorings will work better in candies and frostings, where the amount of liquid in the final recipe can be quite important.

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  • No, the dachshund found the path to the dish, and I opened the door to see the ankle-biter gobbling the M&M candies from the dish.

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  • Gracey Lightner, 5, toddled behind a convertible carrying local members of the Daughters of the American Revolution and threw candies from a basket to people here for the town's Memorial Day parade.

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  • Someone at work brought in candies from Thailand that are fish-flavored.

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  • I would strongly recommend sticking to hard-shelled candies - whether they are chocolate-filled, peanut butter-filled, nut-filled or anything else - even though the candies are added on after the cookies come out of the oven.

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  • And the Italians put the fruit to good use - mixing it with gelato ice-cream (phenomenally tasty), liqueur (equally as sinful) and a host of other treats (the candies are the bomb!)

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  • The candies are a terrific project to do with kids - they can do the entire thing except for removing from the oven by themselves.

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  • The candies are the approximate size and appearance of a two-toned marble with a small hole that goes into the center of the candy.

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  • The recalled candies were available in New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland and Virginia.

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