- a Neolithic and Iron Age site in Somerset, England, traditionally the Camelot of King Arthur.
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Examples from the Web for cadbury
The company traces its origins to a British firm founded in 1903, and it was once a unit of Cadbury Schweppes.How SodaStream Took on the Super Bowl—and Lost, Then Won
February 1, 2013
From Peeps to Cadbury eggs, The Daily Beast ranks the 25 most calorific candies.Most Fattening Easter Candy
The Daily Beast
April 20, 2011
The foundering Kraft buyout of Cadbury is the latest example of how corporate boards are costing us trillions.
So, Kraft just sold its highly profitable frozen pizza brands to Nestlé for $3.7 billion cash to toss onto the Cadbury pile.
“Viral potential” gets overused a lot but this commercial for Cadbury definitely has it.The Year's Funniest Commercials
The Daily Beast Video
May 4, 2009
But, my dear Cadbury, why should she not have taken the diamonds openly and raised money on them?Jennie Baxter, Journalist
"No, I won't shock you with details," replied Cadbury mischievously.
When they were called, the boot-boy laid a book on Cadbury's bed as he passed.
There was silence for a moment, and then Cadbury spoke, but in an altered voice.
"Because you have certainly lost something," continued Cadbury.
- George. 1839–1922, British Quaker industrialist and philanthropist. He established, with his brother Richard Cadbury (1835–99), the chocolate-making company Cadbury Brothers and the garden village Bournville, near Birmingham, for their workers
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