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  • n. Plural form of Coca-Cola.


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  • I would come out of challenges and drink two Coca-Colas because I needed sugar.

    Top Chef's Antonia: Mike Didn't Have It Out for Me

  • And, for the connoisseur -- Coca-Colas imported from Mexico, with real sugar not high fructose corn syrup.

    Michael Jones: Edzo's in Evanston

  • He tucked the empty pitcher under his arm, picked up their glasses, and dropped them off at the bar, returning with two tall Coca-Colas.

    Georgia’s Kitchen

  • We returned to the hotel and found Emerson, Baxter, and Sundi sitting on the roof, drinking Coca-Colas and negotiating with a nomad.


  • He lifted up his Coca-Cola to click it against their Coca-Colas.

    Agent Q, or The Smell Of Danger!

  • Inside one door, the Dr Peppers and root beers and Coca-Colas stood end to end in neat racks.

    Rain Gods

  • Mommee would send the houseboy to get Coca-Colas at the little shop down the street while she regaled Eunice with stories about what Marlene and I were up to in North Carolina.

    The House at Sugar Beach

  • I hate to admit it, but I dropped my phone in one of those big Coca-Colas that you get at McDonald's.

    Shifting Priorities

  • Not to be beaten into its homogenization, (or for that matter, hegemony) he attempted to spike our Coca-Colas, as he had his own, with Cuban rum from a bottle he'd pulled out his duffel.

    Sean Penn: Mountain of Snakes (Part II)

  • After some harsh words between us, we found a bench to sit on and a pharmacy where I got two cold Coca-Colas.

    Archive 2007-12-01


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