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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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Milka Oreo Big Crunch Chocolate Candy Bar--a layer of crunchy Oreo cookies between two layers of rich vanilla creme filling and coated in European Milka chocolate candy--available in one 10.
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The candy is added by the handfuls to fill every space in the box," said Ms.
Too Tarts SmartChoice candy has only 2 to 10 calories per serving, is diabetic-friendly and is sweetened with real fruit juice concentrates, according to Innovative Candy Concepts.
Chocolate and non-chocolate miniature candy generated more than a third (39 percent) of its annual dollar sales during the Halloween season last year, in comparison to the total candy category, which saw 22 percent of annual dollar sales in the same period, according to Nielsen data.
Of course, some of this is attributable to the fact that though Candy is purportedly a love triangle between "a hero, a heroine, and heroin," it's named after its least interesting member.
The family's candy making is sort of like a passed-down message from generation to generation.
They were the ones that told some of the families of their know-how with sweets, and that was how some of the first homemade candy factories and candy shops came into being," says Sanchez.