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a large round hard candy

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a word that is hard to pronounce

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| Punch Drunk, Thomas Fewtrell the Gentleman Jawbreaker by David Keogh is available from all good book shops, Amazon and Kindle.
"High school is a natural place to set a musical, because it's such a heightened world to begin with," says Darren Stein, who penned the "Jawbreaker" book based on the 1999 pie he wrote and directed.
Starting with queer cinema pioneer Gregg Araki, you've had a fortuitous connection with gay male filmmakers like Scream's Kevin Williamson and Jawbreaker's Darren Stein.
And along with such signature moves as the snap swinging neckbreaker, the battering ram and the jawbreaker, Santino says he's looking forward to showcasing his new dangerous move in front of the Birmingham crowd.
like the inside of a jawbreaker after all the color has been licked off,
Don't be deceived by the carefree whimsy depicted on the book's cover: Baby's tale is a jawbreaker. While Jules battles health issues and attempts rehab, Baby is shuttled in and out of foster care, where value and security are transients and loneliness is a lump in her throat: "If you want to get a child to love you, then you should just go and hide in the closet for three or four hours.
* Sconza Candy Co., based in Oakland, Calif., has rolled out its first Christmas jawbreaker program.
I CAN'T tell you how excited my son was when he caught a glimpse of the latest Stink book (he'd read the last, Stink and the Incredible Super Galactic Jawbreaker, under the bed clothes in one evening in spite of several attempts to get him to go to sleep).
9/11 Press for Truth presents interviews with Gary Berntsen, the CIA's field commander in charge of Operation Jawbreaker, the agency's hunt for bin Laden in the caves of Tora Bora.
Stink and the incredible super-galactic jawbreaker. Megan McDonald.
Jawbreaker; the attack on Bin Laden and Al-Qaeda: a personal account by the CIA's key field commander.
Enter a small team of CIA operatives led by Gary Schroen, conducting a CIA operation called "Jawbreaker." Schroen was a decorated veteran CIA operative in the Directorate of Operations with over 30 years of experience focusing on the Middle East and South Asia.
Jawbreaker: The Attack on bin Laden and al Qaeda, A Personal Account by the CIA's Key Field Commander By Gary Berntsen and Ralph Pezzullo Crown, $25.95
Schroen and jawbreaker, the CIA team that landed in northern Afghanistan just 15 days after the terrorist attacks, linked up with the Shura Nazar, the anti-Taliban resistance group better known as the Northern Alliance.
(8) Schroen rapidly assembled his seven-man team, "JAWBREAKER," (9) and deployed with them to Afghanistan in late September 2001.