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candy store

n. a liquor store. Let’s stop at this candy store and get some bubbles.
See also: candy, store
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"We've all heard the expression 'like a kid in a candy store'--but this larger-than-life candy experience will exceed all expectations for those who are young and young at heart," said Don Ghermezian, CEO, American, Dream.
His wife Laura had the honor of unveiling "Hersch's Bee Hive Way," where the eponymous candy store once stood.
We wanted to make sure that when customers walk in they have that nostalgic feeling from entering a candy store in their youth.
Sweet treats at Spangles candy store, FarGo Village
Now The Candy Store has taken on premises close to the new Stephenson Street entrance to New Street Station, in Lower Temple Street.
The Candy Store has taken on its latest Birmingham premises in Lower Temple Street, beating competition from several large occupiers, including a national bakery chain.
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However, it does not require a significant historic event to provoke the goodness of New Yorkers, as was demonstrated in the case of Ray's Candy Store in Brooklyn.
Washington, September 22 (ANI): Madonna's dream job was to work in a candy store when she was younger.
For an artist known for free-associative riffs on the links between music, noise, and art history, the opportunity to root around in the Walker's storage rooms must have turned Marclay into the proverbial kid in candy store.
But when they arrive at the candy store the find a crowed in front bercause across the sidewalk someone has written angry, hurtful words.
Similarly, children who ate candy that their mothers had made suffered far less criticism than those who bought it at the candy store. In the eyes of some, penny candy stores and ice cream vendors made sugary goods--once a luxury of the upper classes--all too common.
In the four-day lesson described in this investigation, children explore weight measurement, equivalence, and counting, and use the processes of problem solving and communication to simulate activities in a candy store. The candy-store theme serves as a framework for children to practice using balance scales as tools for standard and nonstandard measurement experiences.