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plaything consisting of a container filled with toys and candy

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Cranston named each pinata Magical Death (all 2002) after a 1973 ethnographic film depicting the shamanic ceremonies of the Yanomami people of Brazil.
Visit for Pinatas, a fab game from Mexico.
Her brothers didn't see her crack the pinata and spill its contents.
Like the coconuts, the food labels, and the pinatas, much of Ramirez's work takes on some aspect of the relationship between outside and inside.
The generous workers placed half a dozen pinatas filled with fruit and the chimps' favourite treats in the their enclosure at the Griffith Park zoo on September 7.
For value, we'd go to WinCo Foods, where creepy, wide-eyed pinata dolls hang from the shelves, just begging to be bought for the low, low price of $4.98.
OUR seven chimps enjoyed a party in honour of our oldest ape Fanny's 45th birthday and loved their rainbow pinata stuffed with tasty vegetable and seed treats.
"The Pinata That the Farm Maiden Hung " by author Samantha R.
2 Princess Castle Pinata, PS7.50 Let the kids have a smashing time, and watch the fun unfold.
"What was once a pinata for short-sellers (since IPO) has transformed itself to one of the most underappreciated med-tech stories in the market with a balance sheet and brand equity that gives investors a tremendous investing opportunity," Citron writes.