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“He proceeds until he reaches an empty hole, when a situation has arisen which is called gok -- that is to say, he must stop, leaving his stone there.”
“From that point on, I've always used 中國 and "tiong-gok" in Taiwanese when referring to China.”
““This one is Har gau—steamed shrimp dumplings in rice flour wrappers—and this is Caa siu baau—steamed barbecued pork buns—and we also have Cheun gyun, fried spring rolls, and Wu gok, yam puffs.””
“Niece #2 can pronounce "kau kau" well now... before it was just 'gok gok.”
“He is just about to ask her to repeat herself when, ‘Yie vant yar gok!’ she screams louder.”
“He has a strange dream, where the Gypsy woman is laughing triumphantly, saying, ‘Yie got yar gok!’”
“He can hardly believe his ears; and of course, her accent is so heavy that it sounds like, ‘Yie vant yar gok!’”
“There isn't any single English consensus on how to pronounce Van Gogh - most English nationals say "van goff", in my experience, and I've heard of people who say "van gok".”
“His adversary now begins on his side wherever he likes, proceeding in the same way, from right to left, until he reaches an empty hole, which makes him gok, and he has to stop.”
“The rest is as it was given to me by Noel Josephs, or _Chi gatch gok_, the”
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