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“Those of medium power sometimes gasped with pleasure when bottles of a delicious black-currant cordial called sok”
“The Khmer phrase for visit is “sua sok tok,” which roughly means “asking about peace and problems.””
“In teh comic strip Mutts, Mooch teh kitteh has himz faborite pinkee sok, adn wehn himz plaes wif it adn hugs it, himz singz “littlol pink sock, littlol pink sok.””
“Teh sok montser taht libbs inz teh dryur izz awn vaykayshun inz yur drawurz.”
“It is proposed here that the underlying verb root * - sok - originally would have meant "to cause harm," probably through sorcery or intentional evil treatment of others.”
“Note 38: Ancient verb root * - sok - has been not given previous formal reconstruction.”
“Which seems a bit improbable to me; one almost imagines Slavicists bending over backwards to prove the relationship of sok/сок with the Albanian word for blood and the Latvian and Lithuanian words for tar rather than accept the possibility of an early derivation from Latin sucus.”
“Wii teh famblee knew dat if wii wanted enny sleeps, wii hadda fnid dat sok, post hayst!”
“We finlee gotted batrees so we can gets pixors uv teh sok-hunts, but him mebbe nawt gunna feel up tu taht fur a day oar free.”
“Mai bestist toi foar kittehs bees teh Beeg Catnip Sok: yu niids teh kottin toob sok, an TU beeg hamfuls ob catnip.”
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Many of these nouns also form the gen. sg. with -Ãº: dar, glas, grad, jez, mah, most, nos, pas, plaz, plod, rod, sad, sin (styl.), sled, smrad, strah, tat, trak, vrat, zid; other words that (somet...
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