choco


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choco

(ˈtʃɒkəʊ) or

chocko

(in World War II) n, pl chocos or chockos
(Military)
a. a member of the citizen army; militiaman
b. a conscript
[C20: shortened from chocolate soldier]
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Moms and dads can bring home different Red Ribbon Pasalubong Packs of Cheesy Ensaimada, Butter Mamon, Assorted Ensaimada (Cheese, Salted Caramel, and Strawberry Cheesecake), Assorted Mamon (Butter, Ube, Mocha, White Choco Almond, and Cheese), Assorted Cake Slices (Choco, Mocha Marble, Chiffon, Double Dutch, and Red Velvet), or Bestsellers (Cheesy Ensaimadas, Butter Mamons and a Choco Cake slice) to satisfy the kids' different cravings.
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We compiled ethnobotanical information on medicinal uses of palms from the bibliography (see below) and later carried out complementary fieldwork in 24 localities and 59 communities inhabited by indigenous, Afro-American, and mestizo groups throughout the Amazon and Andes of Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia, and the Choco ecoregion of Colombia and Ecuador (Fig.