from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A trademark used for a soft drink. See Regional Note at tonic.
- Coke, Sir Edward 1552-1634. English jurist who as chief justice of the Court of Common Pleas (1606-1616) ruled that the common law is supreme law, even when the Crown disagrees.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Cola-based soft drink, especially and usually Coca-Cola.
- n. A serving of a cola-based soft drink, especially and usually Coca-Cola.
They also had a giant robot girrafe and a mentos in coke fountain show with the orginal Mentos and Coke guys.
I guess it's probably the least I can do ... giving him a coke and all ... so I run to the kitchen, hand him a Coke and slam the door in his face while he's thanking me.
Birmingham coke is good and good Coke upon Littleton too.
Now clearly we live in an enlightened enough world that most people can guess www. coke.com even if Coke is brazen enough to hide that info and direct users to go run a search instead.
It was a real shock to move away, say "sure" when asked if I wanted a coke, and get - a Coke.
Instead of dirt, they carry coal and coke to their hills in Coke Oven Park.
Learn to drink iced tea, unsweetened. coke isn't always Coke.
Beer or coke seem like good choices, though Coke might be a better play considering the female demographic that may be voting the next day.
The coke that demanded "unconditional apology" from photographer for an image that showed a Coke advert on the wall with water jugs in front of it.
Pepsi or coke Coke for me, pepsi is far to commercial.
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