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- n. A kind of candy in the shape of a bar, often made of milk chocolate in the United States, dark chocolate in Europe.
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- n. a candy shaped as a bar
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Power Surge:½-inch-slice of your child’s favorite candy bar or cookie
I returned to my room from a briefing to find doctors Phil Stapaniak and Brad Beck had left me a not-so-subtle reminder—a Baby Ruth candy bar inside a collection container.
Her granddaughter would stand before her, oh-so-sorry she’d hit the dog or shoplifted the candy bar or teased her brothers.
Lesnick pointed to a spot near some rocks — it was free of glass and candy bar wrappers.
Remember, he left the bar around nine and bought the candy bar at nine-o-five.
He considered going back to the convenience store near the lighthouse to get a sandwich but remembered an old Payday candy bar in his jacket pocket and contented himself with chewing on the rock-hard wedge of peanuts.
Add this to the deep-fried pretzel you had in the terminal or the candy bar you brought on board, and you are in for a high-calorie, low-nutrition flight.
I saw something I’d never seen before, a candy bar in a red wrapper called LOOK!