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  1. Cookies

    of Cooky

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  1. Cookies

    Cookies was a music group in Hong Kong created and managed by Paco Wong under giant record label EMI Hong Kong. The group was formed with nine members in 2002 and was considered an emulation of the Japanese group Morning Musume, but later reduced to four. Their albums continued to be released under the Cookies name. In late 2004, the members decided to explore solo careers. Stephy Tang has appeared in various movies and has begun a solo career; Kary Ng is the vocalist for pop-rock band Ping Pung and has also released solo recordings; Miki Yeung and Theresa Fu have both begun careers as actresses, Miki appeared in Dragon Reloaded in 2005.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of cookies in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of cookies in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of cookies in a Sentence

  1. Jason Smith -LRB- left -RRB-:

    Santa would take the cookies out of the stockings and eat them and then fill the stockings with our gifts, the milk came in later years when families realized Santa need something to wash down all those homemade cookies.

  2. Kathleen King:

    Even today, after eating and living with them for 40 years, I still can't stop eating them, i am either eating no cookies, or I am eating several. I can't have one.

  3. Kelly Parisi:

    This is unfortunate, but given this is a girl-driven program and the majority of cookies are sold in-person, it was to be expected.

  4. Maggie Moon:

    Simple carbs, the kind found in sugary, white flour foods like pastries, crackers, and cookies, spike Alissa Rumsey blood sugar levels quickly, then leave them plunging soon after.

  5. Girl Scouts:

    It's exceedingly rare to have significant excess inventory but the pandemic greatly impacted our cookie program, despite demand for cookies remaining strong.

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