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moke

1. Brit a slang name for donkey
2. Austral slang an inferior type of horse
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York City: Whitley, Griffiths, Ferguson, Newton, Moon, Moke, Langstaff, McLaughlin, Burrow (Wright 89), Burgess, Kempster (Parkin 80).
Moke said traditionally, congee served during Yan Yat is cooked using fish.
The original Moke was featured in the 1973 James Bond film, Live and Let Die.
The Moke achieved success as a cult car on the trendier streets of London and as a beach buggy, a big hit in such places as Portugal's Algarve, Seychelles, coastal Australia, California and resorts in the Caribbean.
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Frickley doubled their lead in the 55th minute, Allott sending Moke clear and he slipped the ball past Brain.
Moke International, an Australia-based company, has collaborated with China-based Chery Motors to revive its Mini Moke after a 20-year halt in production.
On this occasion the finished article - named The King and fashioned in an Elvis Presley style - made the long trip to Bristol on the back of Steve''s classic 1968 Mini Moke.
CONFERENCE newcomers FC Halifax Town have completed the signing of defender Lois Maynard and released wingers Adriano Moke and Jason St Juste.
The optical and magnetooptical (MO) spectroscopic techniques such as spectroscopic ellipsometry (SE) and magnetooptical Kerr effect (MOKE) measurements are not affected by the probe-sample contact.
MOKE THAN ONE SOLPIER HAS GOTTEN AN "EYEFUL" WHILE PERFORMING THE FILTER'S CHECKS ANP SERVICES.
STERLING - David "Moke" Kush, 74, of Swett Hill Road, died unexpectedly in his home on Saturday, April 28.