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- v. To thrust or push out; butt; poke.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- v. To poke; to thrust.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To thrust; push; poke.
- To thrust; push; butt.
- A dialectal form of bock, bolk.
- n. In mining, a small run in pipes, found connecting the ore running through the vein.
- n. An obsolete spelling of book.
The aim and object of the expedition was set out in a "boke" or proclamation. (
Coming from a boke college kid remember always quantity over quality.
One of the books, Henry's schoolboy text of Cicero's writings, has an inscription by the young royal -- "Thys boke is myne Prince Henry."
The word “bokeh” pronounced as boh-keh comes from the Japanese word “boke” which means fuzziness.
By 1985 the “boke ass Soviets” had a 7-1 numerical advantage in nuclear weapons over the U.S.
I-ANC ithokoza igadangweli lika Dr Kenneth Kaunda oragele phambili ngokungadinwa ijima le Habitat For Humanity, elizaliselela isitjho se Freedom Charter esithi: Kuzakuba nezindlu, ivikeleko kanye nepilo encono kubo boke abantu beSewula Afrika.
See the thing about a high mark up is it leaves an opening for competition … you know I was watching this movie on rwanda … you want to talk about morals. .4000 troops might of saved 800 000 lives .. now that is immoral .. you need to put things in perspective … reply boke
Then, the government can tell you if you can or cannot start your business …. that will great reply boke
Except for the fact that selling crack is illegal. reply boke
Be the whiche, my boke was preeved for trewe; in so moche that thei schewed me a boke, that my boke was examynde by, that comprehended fulle moche more, ben an hundred part; be the whiche, the Mappa