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  • Purple, white, and yellow Indian corn candy-striped with red.

    Day of Honey

  • Whether golden, watermelon, candy-striped or bull's blood, their juice makes a multitalented mixer for gin, rum, tequila and even Prosecco.

    We Got the Beet

  • KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Conservationists in St. Maarten are warning islanders not to eat lionfish after tests found a naturally occurring toxin in the flesh of the candy-striped invasive species, officials said Thursday.

    St. Maarten Lionfish Tainted With Toxin

  • In the factory, the sweetness and noise is overwhelming; cream-coloured machines thump and judder and conveyor belts carry candy-striped jewels.

    Life is sweet

  • Beneath a candy-striped canopy, Clyde tucked an afghan under Emma's chin.

    Truth at a Bonsai Booth

  • Described by Thewinslowboy, with some accuracy, as being taken "from one of the best psychedelic albums of 1967 or any other year: the Bee Gees '1st", Cucumber Castle is candy-striped whimsy of the first order.

    Readers recommend songs about the Beatles

  • But as I step into the hazy, hookah-filled café and ask where I might find this wayward animal, a waiter nods to a candy-striped arched doorway.

    Richard Bangs: Quest for the Lord of the Nile, Part II

  • But as I step into the hazy, hookah-filled café and ask where I might find this wayward animal, a waiter nods to a candy-striped arched doorway.

    Richard Bangs: Quest for the Lord of the Nile, Part II

  • Our skirts are wide flouncy like circus tents, candy-striped in starched cotton with ruffles, and our feet, twitching inside green suede Chelsea boots, feel like damp flippers, again.

    My Dead

  • Beginning with a shanty, of sorts – "Adieu, England" – the Bells end their unconventional 60s pop set accompanied by three candy-striped female morris dancers.

    Bonnie 'Prince' Billy and the Cairo Gang; Trembling Bells

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