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choko

(ˈtʃəʊkəʊ)
n, pl -kos
(Plants) the cucumber-like fruit of a tropical American cucurbitaceous vine, Sechium edule: eaten as a vegetable in the Caribbean, Australia, and New Zealand
[C18: from a Brazilian Indian name]
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Often sake is poured from small ceramic containers called tokkuri into small cups called choko which may have blue rings at the base to help identify the color of the sake.
The trouble is worth the fleeting happiness from the Choko Choko sticks and Hany bars they share among themselves after reeling the clothesline back in.
O treino da Periodizacao Especifica para o Voleibol no periodo que o jogador esteve lesionado foi o seguinte: alongamento dinamico, choko zuki no makiwara, paredao (cortada e manchete) e toque de no minimo 15 vezes, toque e manchete com medicinebol de 2 kg por 15 repeticoes e musculacao de forca rapida de resistencia.
Yet you can't sign off from Segreto without having tried their Choko Essenza (Dh50), a chocolate and truffle extravaganza that lets you enjoy the decadence of chocolate in as many as eight forms.
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Knowliah~s Clearing House for Knowledge Options (CHoKO) fundamentally changes the way knowledge is valued and priced: CHoKO is an online platform tracking both production and use of knowledge, whose value is determined not at the point of exchange but at the point of (re)use; and producers get royalties in proportion to that value.
The five-piece band consists of three lead singers named Ivelin, Milli and Choko, along with guitarist and vocalist Peter, keyboardist Petko and Orlin who is also a vocalist and plays the bass guitar.
MacPherson P, Webb EL, Choko AT, Desmond N, Chavula K, Mavedzenge SN, Makombe SD, Chunda T, Squire SB, Corbett EL.
Marc Choko (Ottawa: Meridien Canada Communication Group Publishing, 1994), 123.
That first evening I arrived from Madrid, the Hemingways asked me to meet them at El Choko bar in the square in Pamplona where we were to meet each of the seven days of the feria after the bullfights and before a leisurely dinner.
Teacher Choko Oohira, who has been a mascot herself for over 25 years, puts her students through a rigorous regime.