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candy man

slang One who sells illicit drugs. We have to go see the candy man if we want to get some more stuff before the concert.
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candy man

n. a drug dealer. (Drugs.) Lefty said he had to go meet with the candy man.
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For example, for every $2 bottle of healthy V8 Splash a student purchases, the schools that work with Candyman make 20 cents, based on the company's typical 10 percent commission rate.
The musical structure of 'Candyman', essentially constitutes a verse-chorus structure with an introduction and interludes.
Other movie villains to appear in the top 10 include Dracula, the Candyman and Hannibal Lecter from The Silence Of The Lambs.
We caught up with a chocolatier on a quest to taste the best chocolate, a corporate chocolate man who left the franchise business to make his own treats, and a candyman who enjoys his customers as much as they enjoy his chocolate.
The source said: "Alexandra had spent the week rehearsing Christina Aguilera's Candyman the way Simon wanted it.
Some of the famous tracks that Christina will be performing include 'Candyman', 'Dirrty' and 'Lady Marmalade'.
The "Back to Basics" tour promises to bring music fans in the region some of their favorite songs, such as "Candyman, Dirrty, Ain't No Other Man, Lady Marmalade, What a Girl Wants, Hurt, Beautiful, Come On Over, Oh Mother, Fighter, Can't Hold Us Down, The Voice Within & Genie in a Bottle" to name a few.
In the case of The Forbidden, Allerton-born writer Clive Barker's piece that was the inspiration behind his film, Candyman, the setting is a fictional housing estate on the outskirts of the city.
"I thank you for your service and because you are a sailor, you hold a special place in my heart," said one entry from Candyman.
The topics include Frazer and the ancient Celts, The X-Files, the slasher film as a folkloristic social script, and ostentation in Candyman. There are no illustrations.
Consequently, Kristen Moana Thompson offers an illuminating analysis of an unusual collection of films for a study with "apocalyptic" in the title: Cape Fear (1991), Candyman (1992), Dolores Claiborne (1995), Se7en (1995), Signs (2002), and War of the Worlds (2005).
Candyman sung by Laura W What she lacks in talent she makes up for in enthusiasm.
October 5, 1952 Clive Barker: artist, novelist, and creator of the Hellraiser and Candyman franchises, as well as Nightbreed and Lord of Illusions
We located Morning Glow Farm in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin and traveled there to purchase a buck (Candyman) and a bred doe (Daffodil).