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  • The M27 and A31 provide for roads; chocka in summer.

    Let's move to … the New Forest, Hampshire

  • Very well presented video - and absolutely chocka with empty platitudes and mendacious spin.

    Why Gordon shouldn't do YouTube

  • Bars are chocka-block with rows of single-malt whiskies; the products of some of the nation's most esoteric microbreweries gush from the taps; wine lists are heavy with Washington state Chardonnays.

    Seattle Reigns

  • She slept little, and after sobbing for extended periods of time, sat in the mornings in his garden, sipping coffee and listening to the sprinklers doing their pffffft-chocka-chocka-chocka thing.

    The Sun from Under Water

  • Peter Hain would have the carriage chocka with special branch, point them out with a joke like: "No heckling people, I have my armed special branch officers with me."

    Proof that the Brown Era of Spin is Beginning

  • Knew it was going to be chocka with meetings and stuff, and lo, it was.

    ridiculous day at work today

  • Although our view was more based in the people that had also made the trek that day -- it was chocka with tourists, so that you had to queue to finish the Striding Edge.

    Long walks and fresh air

  • Dave of Hatfield and Volpone are quite correct - directly reneging on an election promise, then giving pretty much everyone without a job a free bus pass so that workers are unable to get on the bus to work as its chocka with fat schoolkids going one stop.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • This working farm on the river Camel has four Scandinavian lodges - including the newly built eco-friendly Trebah - and is chocka with "child-friendly animals" including deer, miniature donkeys and wabbits.

    The Guardian World News

  • Steve Thomas, who runs the Boundary, an upmarket Bed & Breakfast, in Windermere in the Lake District, said: It's absolutely chocka.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

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  • Chocka-Kaaaaahn.....Chocka-Kahn, Chocka-Kahn!

    May 10, 2008

  • Short for chocka-block. Means "very full".

    May 10, 2008