cookie jar

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


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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.
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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.
The family kept the lotto tickets and some of other precious keepsakes in that cookie jar.
And I think well, fair enough, you take the size six jeans and I would rather have the cookie jar.
The big apple cookie jar costs pounds 15 from Matalan.
Bright rainbow-splashed illustrations and brilliant, oversized emphatic text tell the story of an adorable red-pigtailed little girl who accidentally broke her mother's cookie jar while reaching for forbidden cookies.
Publicly traded DIC will become a private company after the deal closes and will operate as a Cookie Jar subsidiary.
Some companies, like Toronto-based Cookie Jar Entertainment--which employs predominantly Canadian writers who report to their own national union, the Writers Guild of Canada--were able to avoid the WGA blackout.
Actually, the "Fear not" prophecy is the title gracing the cover of Chris Adolf's latest work in the Love Letter Band, an album that has one hand deep in the cookie jar labeled Pleasant Folk, as the other arm is busy directing traffic in a small town.
During this task, two pictures--one of a plate of cookies and the other of a doll--were presented along with the following verbal stimuli here labeled L1, L2, and L3 for ease of communication: [L1] "If you put the doll in the cookie jar and I am here"--[L2] "What would I think is in the cookie jar?
The fallout has stained the 88-year-old's reputation as a ruler who kept his hand out of the cookie jar.
It's the cookie jar on the table that causes trouble.
Until recently a corner table in my dining room held a small cookie jar, its baby blue "made in Japan" crockery textured like a woven basket.