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Coke may refer to:
  • Coca-Cola, a soft drink originally based on coca leaf extract
  • Coke (fuel), a solid carbonaceous residue derived from destructive distillation of coal
  • Petroleum coke, a solid, carbon-rich residue derived from distillation of crude oil
  • Cocaine, a drug extracted from the leaf of the coca plant
  • Coke County, Texas, a county in central Texas, United States
  • Koch Industries, pronounced "coke," a major private US corporation

People named Coke


Coke may refer to:

  • Coca-Cola, a soft drink originally based on coca leaf extract
  • Coke (fuel), a solid carbonaceous residue derived from destructive distillation of coal
  • Petroleum coke, a solid, carbon-rich residue derived from distillation of crude oil
  • Cocaine, a drug extracted from the leaf of the coca plant
  • Coke County, Texas, a county in central Texas, United States
  • Koch Industries, pronounced "coke," a major private US corporation

People named Coke


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Wiktionary

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English

Etymology

.Abbreviated form of Coca-Cola.^ Greetings form Coca~Cola.

^ Coca-Cola was also once believed to have been a possible form of birth control due to this allegedly high acidity level being able to supposedly 'kill sperm'.
  • HISTORY OF COLA BEVERAGES INVENTED BY JOHN PEMBERTON PHARMACIST 1886 SOFT DRINK MARKETING BEVERAGES AND MARKETING PEPSI CREAM SODA LEMONADE 10 February 2010 13:34 UTC www.speedace.info [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ CCBT was formed in 1998, as a joint venture between The Coca-Cola Company, The Anadolu Group and Özgörkey Companies.
  • Coca-Cola Co. | Company News & Executive Profiles - KO | BNET 10 February 2010 13:34 UTC resources.bnet.com [Source type: News]

Proper noun

Singular
Coke
Plural
Cokes
Coke (plural Cokes)
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  1. (trademark) A cola-based soft drink containing caffeine and sugar.^ When the United States entered World War II , sugar rationing in the United States meant Coca-Cola was unable to produce drinks at full capacity.
    • HISTORY OF COLA BEVERAGES INVENTED BY JOHN PEMBERTON PHARMACIST 1886 SOFT DRINK MARKETING BEVERAGES AND MARKETING PEPSI CREAM SODA LEMONADE 10 February 2010 13:34 UTC www.speedace.info [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

    ^ When you need something more than a soft drink-Coca~Cola.

    ^ Until 1905, the soft drink, marketed as a tonic, contained extracts of cocaine as well as the caffeine-rich kola nut.
    • HISTORY OF COLA BEVERAGES INVENTED BY JOHN PEMBERTON PHARMACIST 1886 SOFT DRINK MARKETING BEVERAGES AND MARKETING PEPSI CREAM SODA LEMONADE 10 February 2010 13:34 UTC www.speedace.info [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

    I'd like a Coke.

Translations


Simple English

The English Wiktionary has dictionary definitions (meanings of a word) for:

Coke may mean:

  • Coke (fuel), a solid carbonaceous residue derived from destructive distillation of coal
  • Petroleum coke, a solid carbon rich residue derived from distillation of crude oil
  • Cocaine, a drug extracted from the leaf of the coca plant
  • Coca-Cola, a soft drink originally based on coca leaf extract
  • Soft drink, any nonalcoholic carbonated beverage
  • Coke County, Texas, a county in central Texas, United States

People named Coke

  • David Coke (1915–1941), a British pilot during World War II
  • Edward Coke (1552–1634), English entrepreneur and jurist
  • Edward Coke (1758-1837), a British politician and landowner
  • Edward Coke, 7th Earl of Leicester (born 1936), an English earl
  • Giles Coke, an English footballer
  • John Coke, an English politician
  • Peter Coke, a British actor, playwright and artist
  • Richard Coke, an American lawyer, farmer, and statesman
  • Thomas Coke, the first Methodist Bishop
  • Thomas Coke, 1st Earl of Leicester (seventh creation), agricultural reformer


Citable sentences

Up to date as of December 13, 2010

Here are sentences from other pages on Coca-Cola, which are similar to those in the above article.








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