cookie jar


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a jar in which cookies are kept (and sometimes money is hidden)

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The Cookie Jar is to open in two weeks in Alnwick, following a fivemonth project to convert former dormitories into luxury bedrooms, which will offer guests quirky treats including freshly-baked cookies and milk.
Mrs Cook received assistance from the Leadership Fund in developing The Cookie Jar, which will open at 12 Bailiffgate, Alnwick, at the end of the month,
trio DMA'S launched their UK tour this week and will be in action at Birmingham's Hare & Hounds on Wednesday and Leicester's Cookie Jar on Friday before winding up at Nottingham's Spanky Van Dykes on November 29.
THE COOKIE JAR BY LIZ FRANKLIN for the special price of PS11.
Environmental Protection Department spokesman Larry Ragonese says the 6-month-old cub apparently found the cookie jar Friday night in Ringwood, near the New York border.
The Cookie Jar Restaurant, located at 1006 Cadillac Court, serves breakfast all day, adds menu items such as salads, homemade soups, sandwiches on homemade bread, and burgers for lunch, and offers additional choices such as steak, seafood, and a larger variety of pasta dishes and sauces for dinner.
Over the next eight months, eight different burgers will be featured created by well-known personalities on the island such as fitness and lifestyle entrepreneur Suhail Algosaibi, nutritional therapist Alia Almoayed as well as The Cookie Jar girls Reem Al Mousawi and her partner Amina Al Atassi.
Savannah had bought the cookie jar for her father a few months before she died on August 12.
A much-loved critter features on the gorgeous Portmeirion Very Hungry Caterpillar cookie jar PS19.
Nigella said: "Elizabeth Hurley once said it's either the cookie jar or the size six jeans.
The big apple cookie jar costs pounds 15 from Matalan.
A little girl who accidentally breaks the cookie jar soon finds herself spinning stories about what happened.
1 : to enter (a place) to look for something or someone or to steal or take something <Let's raid the cookie jar.
Thinking about death can make you reach for the cookie jar, according to a study in which subjects wrote essays on morbid imaginings of either their own deaths or a painful medical procedure.
Publicly traded DIC will become a private company after the deal closes and will operate as a Cookie Jar subsidiary.