Did you perchance mean choke?
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“Sake is usually drunk from small cups called choko and poured into the choko from ceramic flasks called tokkuri.”
“I heard “tomo-choko” for the first time today, as a term for chokolates given by a female to a female friend.”
“However, from this year some of the chocolate makers have been promoting 逆チョコ, gyaku choko, reverse chocolates, which come in a mirror imaged box.”
“The little cakes with choko-laet was very wonderful.”
“These white Txokolina wines (that's "choko-leena") are summertime Basque seafood staples.”
“August 10, 2009 at 12:40 am i lyke all dem hot seereeals kreen-o-weet, maltomeel nommy not lyek choko frosted shoogar bombs or pop uppee fings *when did I grow up?”
“Commin rite up, wif ekstra choko-sprinkles on tawp.”
“OK, no-one knows what a choko is, but celery is not exactly a rarity.”
“After six weeks, the ducks can be fed entirely on locally produced feed-sweet potatoes, taro, banana, pumpkin, choko, etc.”
“After 6 weeks, ducks can be fed entirely on locally produced food: sweet potatoes, taro, banana, pumpkin, choko, etc.”
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