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- adj. pox-ridden
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Full of pocks; affected with smallpox or other eruptive disease.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having pocks or pustules; infected with an eruptive distemper, but particularly with syphilis.
- Vile; rascally; mischievous; contemptible.
umm, randomly looking at your old stuffs after seeing ur magical science door 'em up happy fun paper tribute. btw its called pocky xD
However, for guy who start eating pocky which is flavor on a stick, like chocolate and mixed almonds dipped – think a dipped cone but no ice cream to melt, beware a slight side effect: the ‘Pocky Experience.’
I tried making 'pocky' and even made a recipe from a British blog … yeah that failed because its hard to find exact substitutes of food items.
Durand-Greville in _La Nature_, November 24, 1900, that Lamarck was the first to observe the so-called pocky or festoon cloud, or mammato-cirrus cloud, which at rare intervals has been observed since his time. [
That I tried to collect a pocky three and six and you're after calling me a bomb thrower and terrorist?
She turned to him, to his plain, pocky face, smiling at her.
Banana Mousse pocky, wrapped in swirls of chocolate icing.
Chesnut mousse flavoured dessert pocky, with cake icing wrapped around a Chesnut pocky.
Malaysia's pocky is local product, though foreign brand.
Stuffed dates (recipe courtesy of The Daily Tiffin), grape skewers, apple and kiwi slices, and pocky in the lid.
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