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rock candy

verb
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See also: candy, rock
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Other early arrivals by Excellent Art also include a bay filly out of Rock Candy, a Rock Of Gibraltar daughter of Irish 1,000 Guineas runner-up Strawberry Roan, and a bay filly out of Swordlestown Stud's Sahara Sky, who is a three-parts sister to July Cup winner Owington.
And all of them clustered around the Big Rock Candy Mountain, don't you know.
Vollmann hears references to a place called Big Rock Candy Mountain, which he determines is a giant crack cocaine metaphor or the label for a personal paradise, a Shangri-la, an ideal and truly democratic America that embraces all freedom and equality.
a rock candy company since 1894 recently announced the introduction of flavored demitasse sticks.
in his semiautobiographical Big Rock Candy Mountain (1943), which he
Jacquin's Rock and Rye is a combination of Kentucky rye whiskey, rock candy and fresh fruit, made by cordial and spirits producer Charles Jacquin et Cie, which pioneered the drink.
With this book, Podhoretz has managed to wangle himself admission to the writer's Big Rock Candy Mountain.
The walls are Rock Candy 3 from Dulux with a striking band of leftover blackboard paint.
There is a treadmill gym on the Big Rock Candy Mountain, and Hansel and Gretel are moving onto injectable insulin any day now.
Machine Guts came out of Zeidler's Web project, Bulk Bin, which was produced at The Banff Centre's Big Rock Candy Mountain Residency program.
If you don't have weeks to spare for sugar crystals to form on string, you can order rock candy in bulk (5-pound bags) from candydirect.
He highlights his sports activities and near-death experiences while climbing Yosemite's El Capitan in California and the Big Rock Candy Mountain in Colorado.
To make a rock candy crystal, you dissolve sugar in hot water.
Increased aluminum additions created this rock candy cracking through aluminum nitride precipitation.
Crystal formation uses the same process that makes rock candy.