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  • noun Plural form of wok.

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Examples

  • Here, Latino workmen have become adept at installing built-in woks and storage cupboards for 50-lb. bags of rice.

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  • Hearing about friends shopping for new woks is almost as fun as buying my own.

    Tigers & Strawberries » Wok Words

  • It had two built-in woks with big wind boxes attached to make fire.

    Excerpt: Mao's Last Dancer by Li Cunxin

  • He invented annual races down high-speed alpine bobsled Olympic tracks -- the Wok World Championships, with contestants sitting in Chinese woks -- and gets outstanding ratings for the peculiar blend of serious athletics and entertainment.

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  • He invented annual races down high-speed alpine bobsled Olympic tracks -- the Wok World Championships, with contestants sitting in Chinese woks -- and gets outstanding ratings for the peculiar blend of serious athletics and entertainment.

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  • He invented annual races down high-speed alpine bobsled Olympic tracks -- the Wok World Championships, with contestants sitting in Chinese woks -- and gets outstanding ratings for the peculiar blend of serious athletics and entertainment.

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  • He invented annual races down high-speed alpine bobsled Olympic tracks -- the Wok World Championships, with contestants sitting in Chinese woks -- and gets outstanding ratings for the peculiar blend of serious athletics and entertainment.

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  • Feng shui experts say it's a disaster, in part because such dishes are known as woks in Cantonese, which can also mean being blamed.

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  • Feng shui experts say it's a disaster, in part because such dishes are known as woks in Cantonese, which can also mean being blamed.

    The Australian | News |

  • Feng shui experts say it's a disaster, in part because such dishes are known as woks in Cantonese, which can also mean being blamed.

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