TAFFIE

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TAFFIETexas Advocates for Freedom in Education
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In the Grade B final Clares Own (Evans Newcastle Emlyn) and Mathew Tromans repeated their heat performance to win emphatically from Greenhill Cliff (Williams Brecon) and the improving Vyrnwy Taffie (Jones Talgarreg).
Kinkaid scrambled planes from Taffies 1 and 2, leaving the invasion beach uncovered.
No surprise there then - don't the Taffies always have a leek when they travel?
Newcastle North MP Doug Henderson might have an excuse for congratulating the Taffies for their 0-0 draw in Russia on Saturday and wishing them well in tonight's second leg in Cardiff.
"He then pulled out a Swiss army knife and said, 'You Taffies will have some of this'," she added.
Sweet Candy now produces more than 250 candy items (both seasonal and year-round candies) including chocolates and chocolate sticks, taffies, cinnamon bears, orange sticks and jelly beans.
TV'S Weakest Link presenter Anne Robinson famously outraged Taffies by asking: "What are the Welsh actually for?"
A poster advertising the world famous 'Everton Toffee, as supplied to Her Majesty The Queen' is accompanied by a newspaper clipping clearly calling Everton "The Taffies."
the girl being taken to the pictures by a man and he said: "We are going to see a film about whales." And she said: "I am not terribly keen on Taffies as you know." He said: "No, not that kind of Wales.
contemporary taffies of campaign contributions show substantial business support for Roosevelt in 1932 and an even more substantial rush back to the GOP in 1936.
If making taffies ahead, chill airtight up to 1 week; freeze to store longer.
Harder candies like Life-Savers and lollipops are better than stick-to-the-teeth licorices, taffies, or caramels, which are Cavity City.