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candy

(kăn′dē)
n. pl. can·dies
Slang An illicit drug, especially one, such as cocaine, that has a sugary appearance or a drug in pill form, such as MDMA.

candy

Drug slang
A regional term for virtually any abuse substance, both in general terms or specifically for amphetamines, cocaine, crack cocaine, depressants, heroin etc.

Vox populi
A confection made from a saturated concentration of sugar with added flavouring, and usually colourants.
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There was tremendous team work and collaboration on the project unseen at many other projects I've been a part of," said Steven Wehner, director of facilities operations with Cadbury Schweppes Americas Confectionery.
Cadbury Schweppes chief executive John Sunderland, said: 'Adams brings Cadbury Schweppes powerful brands, access to new geographies and significant scale in the fastest growing confectionery sectors.
Pleasure is, and will always be, our priority for confectionery," said Marcelo Melchior, Head of Nestle's Confectionery Strategic Business Unit.
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