candy man


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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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"The Candy Man" is one of a few songs from the 1971 movie being added to the stage version of "Charlie" since the London staging, which featured only one film tune, "Pure Imagination."
Arnold Castro, the cotton candy man, spent an afternoon making enough cotton candy to get all of us sick of sugar so LJM could get the picture she wanted and I could do my much-needed second interview.
(1) The chosen books are Mottled Dawn (2011), (2) the collected and translated stories of Saadat Hasan Manto; Train to Pakistan (1956) by Khushwant Singh; (3) The Ice Candy Man (1988) and The Pakistani Bride (1982) by Bapsi Sidhwa.
e Candy Man. Or in a footballing context Kenny Jackett.
If you decide to play against Candy man, players can choose the difficulty level.
It was never veteran home improvement retailer Todd Steadman's ambition to become the town candy man, but as a savvy businessman, he couldn't pass up the opportunity to add a little sweetness to his hardlines offerings.
He was known as "the Candy Man" to many of "his people" for the Hershey bars he and Barbara would slip into each meal before it was delivered.
This article highlights the importance of life saving forces in Ice Candy Man where life destroying forces rule the roost.
Berjak, 32, and his fellow candy man Walid Kanafani, 41, use a large pot over a simple gas burner to heat the syrup.
The novels included in the present study are Ice Candy Man, The Crow Eaters and The Bride.
Even Candy Industry had observed, in an article anointing Robert "Candy Man of the Month" in 1956, that he was "the kind of energetic guy who, if he were born 180 years ago, would have been one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence." It was that energy, coupled with Robert Welch's constant drive to become more educated, that led him at length to the conclusion that the United States of America was under attack by a malignant, well-organized, conspiratorial foe, whose aim was nothing less than the complete eradication of American culture, economic prosperity, and political liberty.
Pull Up Then Pull Down was a live album, recorded at Chateau Libert in Santa Cruz, and includes versions of the Reverend Gary Davis' Candy Man and a 10-minute rendition of Lightnin' Hopkins' Come Back Baby.
This year we danced to In The Money from 42nd Street, Sing Sing Sing - which is a big band melody - and Candy Man.
By Anita Huslin WASHINGTON--Ian Swain lies awake at night thinking of the costs he and his partners face for the two franchise restaurants for which they just began construction.Their location in Northeast Washington is "the hottest corridor of real estate in town," he tells himself, which is helpful to think about, considering the $250,000-plus they are shelling out for the side-by-side Heidi's Brooklyn Deli and Sister's Pizza and Musselsthat they plan to open this summer.He launched his first business, Candy Man Enterprises, selling snacks from a duffel bag at a local high school.