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crunchie

n. a soldier; a marching infantry soldier. (see also crunchers.) Crunchies have a pretty hard life.
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Other famous names such as Whole Nut, Fruit & Nut, Caramel and Crunchie, have been given the Dairy Milk prefix and repackaged with the brand's distinctive purple and white colours.
Last week, Cement Woman told me she liked Crunchie Bars.
The 23-year-old, known as Crunchie Glammore to his fans, has had so much success spinning discs in his spare time he has decided to go behind the turntables full time.
He has become hooked on Crunchie bars as he bids to win up to pounds 25,000 offered to Coronation Street viewers by the Cadbury's Lucky Lotto game.
The biscuit itself is crisp, but nothing compared with the Crunchie element, which contrasts well with the smooth milk chocolate.
If there's one thing we do better than Americans it's confectionery and, in a selfless act of solidarity I ate, over the weekend, a Cadbury Flake, a Dairy Milk Fruit & Nut, a Crunchie and several Roses from the gargantuan tin I planned to give my godchildren for Christmas.
IT MUST be the Credit Crunchie - Cadbury's have reduced the mix of chocs in a tub of Heroes to cut costs.
She will be sentenced in two weeks, when the court will also consider whether her dogs, Crunchie and Lucy, should be destroyed.
The company makes household names including Dairy Milk, Creme Egg, Flake, Milk Tray, Crunchie, Picnic and Roses.
61 for a good sized egg and tw o full-size Crunchie bars, all packaged up as a set?
First of all they were very tall and then different muffins had different toppings - a crunchie topping, a mars bar topping and a caramel topping.
In March 2003 she contacted stable hand Rebecca Coombe to tell her that one of the animals, a Shetland pony called Crunchie, had been injured.
The old man had plied me with tea bags and crunchie bars for the uncle who has lived there for over 40 years now.
Old-school brands Wispa and Crunchie are set for new format extensions as part of a [pounds sterling]7m summer NPD programme for Cadbury.
IT'S Crunchie time for Cadbury after Kraft's offer yesterday - and caught up in the middle of it all are its workers.