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a hard candy in the shape of a rod (usually with stripes)

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Prop up the card with the written name on your candy cane stand.
If anyone can help me find some traditional candy canes I would be most grateful.
Put a candy cane or pretzel stick to the end of one of each of the snowmen''s arms, attaching the bottom end to the icing mound.
Slip candy canes under the rubber band, either all around the container or just a few in front.
Just ask Diane Hara, 59, who, despite the tough times, has candy canes and ornaments dangling from the front yard trees near a small herd of electric reindeer.
The message said the stripes on candy canes "remind us of Jesus' suffering--his crown of thorns, the wounds in his hands and feet; and the cross on which he died," while the white part of the candy "stands for Jesus as the holy, sinless Son of Cod.
A study led by McMaster University researcher Alex Ford had found that peppermint oil, found in most candy canes, can act as the first line of defence against irritable bowel syndrome.
John does more than just sell candy; he explains the story of why candy canes are being made as a symbol of Christmas.
59)-- Aura Cacia Candy Cane Aromatherapy Room Diffuser -- This pure essential oil blend mimics the aroma of candy canes.
Think about all the cool activities you can do with your buds--throwing a cookie-baking bash, sending adorable notes tied to candy canes to all your other crushes, scoping out boys while you're holiday shopping at the mall.
Where the loops bend in round-edged angles, the posts keep their square-cut profiles; contrarily, when they stretch in straight extensions, they twist like candy canes, or like the braided rods that brace a carousel's wooden horses.
There were Santas, snowmen, bears, Grinches, candy canes, trees, reindeer and almost anything you can think of within all sorts of displays.
The Court ruled that a Pawtucket, Rhode Island, holiday display that included a creche, a Santa Claus, candy canes and other items was permitted, since the overall effect was nonreligious.
Bible Club at Westfield High School in Westfield, Massachusetts, decided to pass out candy canes accompanied by folded cards that, among other things, explained the confection's Christian significance.
Decorated for weeks prior to Christmas, the lobby is resplendent with Christmas tree and wreaths, candy canes, holly and a menorah.