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acid drop

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(Cookery) a boiled sweet with a sharp taste
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Warmer parts of Chile are well placed to avoid that exuberance because its sauvignons have more ripeness and their crispness is more akin to glacier mints than acid drops.
6 The metallic taste usually subsides as the pregnancy progresses, but if it's troublesome, suck strong-flavoured sweets such as acid drops or strong mints.
He could have at least advised the PM on whether he was being offered a good Deal or No Deal, instead of the Pie in the Sky and the hard boiled acid drops that he expects us to swallow.
Above all, the motion of flying bubble is controlled by tilting/rotating the phone which is the tricky part when there are various amazing obstacles (like canons, spikes, lasers, acid drops etc) on the way.
She waited until the very last second, when the acid drops were about to be dripped into his eyes, before she called the whole thing off.
Roof gaps, bigger rails, acid drops and ankle-buckling impacts were common.
1%) with the combination of acetic acid drops and oral antibiotics and 4 (3.
Reports said the villagers had taken out acid from the battery of a solar lamp installed at the village, put inside a syringe and then forcibly injected acid drops into eyes of both the criminals as he cried for mercy.
Meanwhile, pebbledashed by plaster and acid drops, the night might have been a real gobstopper for Rita if the emergency services had taken any longer to get to Weatherfield.
These would range from candy pink coloured 'shrimps', cola bottles, liquorice torpedoes, acid drops and pineapple chunks to 'flying saucers' which were rice paper bubbles filled with sherbet - remember those?
Clove balls, bull's eyes and winter mixture, satin cushions, floral ottoes, and acid drops to name but a few and all at 6& a quarter - how old-fashioned that sounds.
A fan club is a group of people who tell an actor he's not alone in the way he feels about himself," he wrote in his first autobiography, Acid Drops.