These goodies would add coherence both to the peace process and to U.S. policy toward the evolving Arab Spring.
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But it will minimize freezer burn, extending the life and flavor of your frozen pot roasts and other goodies.
Of course, all this would be in return for unspecified U.S. goodies.
You can even download all your goodies directly to your tablet, then stream them straight to your TV—no wires or DVR necessary.
He had procured a portable oven, and dispensed his goodies to the boys, at twenty five cents a small section.
Then there's some goodies and mottoes and you can exchange with a boy.
It was a pound party, and two young men fetched in a basket containing the goodies which had been brought for the supper.
The branches of the tree bent low with the weight of gifts and goodies.
After two hours of strenuous toffy-pulling the tired young revellers sat down to plates heaped with goodies.
also goodie, "something tasty," 1745, from good (adj.) + -y (2); adj. use for "sentimentally proper" is 1830 (especially in reduplicated form goody-goody, 1871). As an exclamation of pleasure, by 1796. Goody also used since 1550s as a shortened form of goodwife, a term of civility applied to a married woman in humble life; hence Goody Two-shoes, name of heroine in 1760s children's story who exulted upon acquiring a second shoe.
: Then I got out my goodie bag