- From coca leaves + cola nut. (Wiktionary)
“But the term Coca-Cola is using for its goals -- "water neutrality" -- which was coined at the World Summit on Sustainable Development in 2002, and which Coke will be unveiling again in the next few days is, well, quite slippery.”
“That which we call Coca-Cola would by any other name be just as satisfying, right?”
“The Marangu Route is called the "Coca-Cola Route" because it's very popular and can be done in three to five days—but many see that as a drawback, as climbers have less time to acclimatize to the altitude.”
“Also Tuesday, Coca-Cola named North America president Steve Cahillane to lead a new business unit called Coca-Cola Refreshments.”
“Also Tuesday, Coca-Cola named North American President Steve Cahillane to lead a new business unit called Coca-Cola Refreshments.”
“Also different in the original recipe was the presence of the namesake 'coca' in Coca-Cola, which is part of cocaine.”
“I participated in a week-long summer program known as the Coca-Cola Pre-College Leadership Program.”
“Coca-Cola, which is based in Atlanta, and Swiss-based Nestle have a relationship dating back to 1991, and in 2001 created the joint venture.”
“The governors are getting some help from Coca-Cola, which is sweetening the deal with a $25,000 check to a Boys & Girls Club in the winner's home state.”
“Brian can get his points back by simply sending an email to Coke from the mycokerewards.com web site, or calling Coca-Cola at 800-438-2653 and selecting the MyCokeRewards option, then the Technical Issues option.”
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